Why is Bill Gates breeding millions of mosquitoes?

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Bill Gates wants to transform Earth into the kind of hellscape that belongs in Dante. For example, his fixation with mass-breeding mosquitoes pulses with a scheming mind that surely can’t be benevolent.

Wall Street Silver recently connected a supposed looming mosquito-borne pandemic to Gates' overenthusiastic farming of mosquitos. Here’s a video from the Bill Gates YouTube account describing the mosquito factory in Medellín, Colombia, where “scientists work long hours in muggy labs breeding millions and millions of mosquitoes.”

The Mosquito Factory youtu.be

Gates claims that the project aims to “outsmart the world’s deadliest animal.” Throughout a slick, flawless three-part blog post, Gates (or the PR team in charge of his output) makes the case for his World Mosquito Program.

The objective: “They tend to the insects’ every need as they grow from larvae to pupae to adults, keeping the temperature just right and feeding them generous helpings of fishmeal, sugar, and, of course, blood. Then, they release them across the country to breed with wild mosquitoes that can carry dengue and other viruses threatening to sicken and kill the population of Colombia. This might sound like the beginnings of a Hollywood writer’s horror film plot. But it’s not. This factory is real. And the mosquitoes being released don’t terrorize the local population. Far from it. They’re actually helping to save and improve millions of lives.”

It feels somewhat murderous in spirit. Or maybe 'sacrificial' is a better adjective.

But let’s think about things logically here: Surely Gates means what he says, right? Bill Gates doesn’t really want to reduce the human population like some cartoonish villain, right?

Right?

Why would a Big Tech billionaire passionate about deadly viruses be so interested in farming mosquitoes?

This is a villainous conclusion, no matter what, if any, good premises it might have arisen from. It’s sinister to conclude that mosquitos should be farmed, globally, in response to mosquito-born diseases. It feels somewhat murderous in spirit. Or maybe “sacrificial” is a better adjective.

The Associated Press, once known as the law-giving epicenter of objectivity journalism, of fact-giving that no longer exists, has collapsed into a swamp of fiendish activism. Activists attack anyone who doubts any tidbit of their cause.

You wind up with baffling contradictions like this: “The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation doesn’t finance any modified mosquito release projects in the U.S. And experts say the types of mosquitoes that are used for that initiative in Florida are not capable of transmitting malaria.” Which reads a bit like, “These mosquito farms don’t exist, you bigot. But also the mosquitos used in the mosquito farm that does exist are harmless. Also there will be a mosquito-fueled pandemic soon, just coincidentally.”

The man literally founded an initiative called “The World Mosquito Program.”

There’s a reason figures like Gates, George Soros, and Klaus Schwab are widely considered nasty: They fund ghastly initiatives in the name of progress. All they’re missing is a literal banner of the Inferno to follow them around everywhere.

For the past month or so, there’s been a cycle of stories, reels, and tweets about the goodness of the wealthy people on the Titanic who had moral courage. We all know that Gates would shove infants out of the way to get into a lifeboat. “Hey Bill, why are you rowing south, New York is that way?” Straight to Epstein Island.

THIS is the one question you should ask yourself following McCarthy's ousting

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Rep. Kevin McCarthy was speaker of the House until yesterday. Now, he’s been ousted.

The move was supported by only eight Republicans and every Democrat, with Rep. Matt Gaetz leading the charge.

Now, Glenn Beck and Mark Levin are wondering if this was a smart decision.

“I know many people want to get behind Matt Gaetz. I am not one of them. So, I guess I’m a neocon, RINO sellout,” Levin says to Glenn Beck. “Look, you and I have spent decades fighting these wars. This is one of the dumbest-ass wars I’ve ever seen.”

Levin also notes that when the government spent an insane amount of money on COVID-19, Gaetz never spoke up.

“That was like $3 trillion right there. They wanted to spend $6 trillion, almost none of it went to 'COVID' or 'the pandemic.' It went to the teachers' unions and everything else,” he says.

“I am telling you that if you’re going to blow up the House, blow it up for the right reasons,” Levin continues.

Levin also warns that McCarthy’s ousting is letting “Democrats control the budget now.”

Glenn agrees.

“I’m not a fan of McCarthy. However, what is your plan now? You don’t run away from something; you run toward something. They weren’t running toward anything,” he says.

Neither Glenn nor Levin think there’s a very good plan in place.

“I’d love to see one. I mean, when Gaetz is asked who would he accept, he starts naming liberal members of the House. I’m going, ‘Holy crap.’ I don’t know what the plan is,” Levin says.

While House Republicans seem to have forgotten one of the most important reasons they do what they do, Levin hasn’t and urges Americans to remember it as well.

“The Democrat Party hates America.”


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Stacey Abrams posts 'Future Governor' meme, and people are comparing it to Hillary Clinton's notorious 'Happy Birthday to this future president' post from 2016



A bit less than six years ago, then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton posted a childhood photo on social media and declared, "Happy birthday to this future president" — the post did not age well, as Clinton went on to lose the 2016 contest to Republican candidate Donald Trump.

Well, this week, Democrat Stacey Abrams, who is running to defeat incumbent Republican Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp during the Peach State's 2022 gubernatorial contest, posted a meme featuring a childhood photo along with the message "Little Miss Future Governor Of The Great State of Georgia," and people have pointed out the similarity between Abrams' recent post and Clinton's 2016 post.

"Same vibe. Same result," Erick Erickson tweeted.

"Same posts. Same inevitable outcome," tweeted Ryan Saavedra of the Daily Wire.

"Same energy," Republican National Committee director of strategic communications Gates McGavick tweeted.

\u201cSame energy\u201d
— Gates McGavick (@Gates McGavick) 1658921861

"Stacey Abrams just pulled a Hillary Clinton lol. I'm dead," someone else tweeted.

\u201cStacey Abrams just pulled a Hillary Clinton lol. I'm dead \ud83d\ude02\u201d
— Jessica \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\uddf8 (@Jessica \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\uddf8) 1658890261

Commenting about Abrams' meme, X Strategies digital strategist Logan Hall tweeted, "hillary 2.0."

"I am literally begging Democrats to stop posting childhood pictures of themselves with 'future [political office that they’re seeking]' captions. It will always end badly," tweeted Abigail Marone, press secretary for GOP Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri.

\u201cI am literally begging Democrats to stop posting childhood pictures of themselves with \u201cfuture [political office that they\u2019re seeking]\u201d captions. It will always end badly.\u201d
— Abigail Marone \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\uddf8 (@Abigail Marone \ud83c\uddfa\ud83c\uddf8) 1658890312

Abrams included the phrase "A few facts" on the social media posts, and also shared several other memes. One photo featured Abrams holding a gay pride flag in one hand and a transgender flag in the other — text on the photo read, "Little Miss One Georgia For All." Another picture of Abrams included text that said, "Little Miss Yale Trained Tax Attorney."

Abrams previously lost the 2018 Georgia gubernatorial election to Brian Kemp. Clinton backed Abrams in 2018 and has expressed support for Abrams during this election cycle as well. "I'm with @StaceyAbrams. Are you?" Clinton tweeted last year.

\u201cI\u2019m with @StaceyAbrams. Are you?\u201d
— Hillary Clinton (@Hillary Clinton) 1638398105

Elon Musk says he will refuse vaccine for coronavirus no matter how available it is

Elon Musk, the billionaire founder of SpaceX and Tesla, went public on Monday, stating that his family and he will not be taking any vaccine for the coronavirus, no matter how available it is.