During an August 2021 appearance with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, mega-billionaire Bill Gates was asked whether he agreed with the proposal that Americans who refuse to get vaccinated against COVID should not receive their Social Security checks. His response was telling, to say the least.
Instead of being concerned with those making the least in our nation, Gates chuckled at the idea, seemingly delighted at further punishing his fellow Americans.
Gates approval at the idea didn’t stop there. Cooper also suggested that the government enforce a vaccine mandate on Americans in order to be able to work or to fly domestically on a plane.
Gates creepy response was telling. Gates may talk a good game about helping people around the world in need, but his reaction to Anderson Cooper’s question shows he doesn’t care too much about the fate of those who don’t comply with his wishes.
Restricting people from jobs or Social Security income is about as low as you can go in punishing Americans who stand for their own medical freedom. You may not like someone’s vaccine choice, but that’s far different from mocking and punishing those who hold a different viewpoint and laughing at someone potentially having their livelihood taken from them.
Jimmy Dore includes his own unique commentary that’s worth your time as we look at where some of today’s top money people stand on mandates as we enter our nearly third year of pandemic regulations.