June 25, 2024

Bill Gates calls Scott Atlas as “pseudo-expert” who is “off-the-rails”


In an interview with Yahoo Finance recorded last October 15, 2020, Bill Gates called White House COVID-19 adviser Scott Atlas as a “psuedo-expert” who is “off-the-rails”.

Gates adds: “The most malign thing is where you start to attack your own experts and suggest that maybe politicians know better than disease experts”.

Editor’s Note: Notice how Bill Gates hopes to promote the position of a disease expert, Dr. Anthony Fauci, while at the same time disparaging another disease expert, Dr. Scott Atlas. Also take note at how he attempts to sway people towards Fauci and the CDC, not through scientifically debunking Atlas’ insights, but through name calling. This, ladies and gentlemen, is the way how the mainstream media, as well as other fearmongers have been eliminating the threat to the narrative they want to push.

Moreover, Gates wants people to believe Dr. Fauci’s position, when thousands of other individuals in the medical field are stating the opposite [see The Great Barrington Declaration: Life must return to normal for the healthy, the vulnerable must be protected, read more articles here Collective Actions].

Also, Gates said that the CDC and Dr. Fauci must be allowed to speak out. Well, how about we give both some “air time” then? Here are a few notable statements an publications from Dr. Fauci and the CDC.

Dr. Fauci recently stated that vaccine will not eradicate the coronavirus [see Dr. Anthony Fauci: You cannot eradicate the coronavirus]. Meanwhile, CDC publication has shown that individuals with other underlying disease are more likely to die, that only 6% of the deaths in the US were caused by COVID-19 alone, that 75% of children who died WITH COVID had underlying diseases, and that the infection fatality ratio (IFR) of COVID-19 is lower than the flu [see CDC finds patients with underlying conditions 12 times more likely to die of COVID-19, CDC update shows only 6% of deaths was caused by COVID-19 alone, CDC Update: 75% of children who died from COVID had underlying diseases, and CDC updates planning scenarios, shows IFR lower than flu]. The CDC also said that there is no need to test asymptomatics even if they were exposed to someone positive with SARS-CoV-2 and that individuals who exhibited mild to moderate symptoms are no longer infectious after 10 days, and should be allowed to leave isolation facilities without receiving a negative test [read CDC changes guidelines for testing: No more test for asymptomatics and CDC changes guidance on how long COVID-19 patients should be isolated]. Previous CDC publication has also shown that SARS-CoV-2 is not infectious to humans [read CDC published article showing SARS-CoV-2 not infectious to humans].

Knowing all these, should we still believe Gates when he said that life can only go back to normal after a second dose of COVID-19 vaccines are administered widely [see Bill Gates: Life will only return to normal after a second generation of COVID-19 vaccines and SARS-CoV-2 eliminated globally]? He has, after all, said that we should only believe in real experts, and unfortunately for him, the experts are pointing to a reality that does not conform to his belief system. Or did he simply want us to believe in experts that support his claims? Again, unfortunately for him, even his “chosen” experts no longer support the narrative he wants to promote.

Bill Gates slams Trump's COVID-19 adviser as 'pseudo-expert' who's 'off-the-rails'

Bill Gates slams Trump’s COVID-19 adviser as ‘pseudo-expert’ who’s ‘off-the-rails’

In a new interview, top public health philanthropist Bill Gates sharply criticized the Trump administration for listening to COVID adviser Scott Atlas, whom Gates called a “pseudo-expert” who’s “off-the-rails.”


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