Roger Stone says the idea Bill Gates created coronavirus to microchip people ‘is open for vigorous debate’ and blasts the possibility of mandatory vaccinations saying ‘over my dead body’

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by Lauren Fluen, Daily Mail:

  • Donald Trump’s longtime confidant was on The Joe Piscopo show on Monday 
  • ‘[Gates] and other globalists are definitely using it for mandatory vaccinations and microchipping people so we know if they’ve been tested’, Stone said 
  • The Microsoft founder has donated $45 billion towards vaccination research 
  • Stone also spoke of his lockdown and said Gov. Cuomo has done a ‘good job’ 

Roger Stone said Monday the idea that Bill Gates was involved in the creation and spread of coronavirus in order to microchip people ‘is open for vigorous debate’.

Speaking on The Joe Piscopo show Donald Trump‘s longtime confidant said: ‘I have conservative friends who say it’s ridiculous and others say absolutely.’

The Microsoft founder has donated around $45 billion towards vaccination research to tackle pandemics.

But Stone – who was sentence to 40 months in prison in February – said: ‘Here is what I do know for certain. He and other globalists are definitely using it for mandatory vaccinations and microchipping people so we know if they’ve been tested.

‘Over my dead body. Mandatory vaccinations? No way, Jose!’

Stone also spoke of his own Florida lockdown and said New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has done a ‘good job’.

Roger Stone, pictured, said Monday the idea that Bill Gates was involved in the creation and spread of coronavirus in order to microchip people ‘is open for vigorous debate’

Bill Gates, pictured, who along with his wife Melinda have worked to fund the development of vaccines around the world, slammed governments for not preparing for a pandemic by simulating possible scenarios and stress-testing their infrastructure

Bill Gates, pictured, who along with his wife Melinda have worked to fund the development of vaccines around the world, slammed governments for not preparing for a pandemic by simulating possible scenarios and stress-testing their infrastructure

Gates has slammed world leaders for not investing in testing and equipment sooner when the virus first came to light in China last December.

The billionaire, who along with his wife Melinda have worked to fund the development of vaccines around the world, slammed governments for not preparing for a pandemic by simulating possible scenarios and stress-testing their infrastructure.

As a result of this lack of preparation, Gates said ‘we find ourselves in uncharted territories’.

Chairing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, he has donated more than $45 billion towards vaccination research in the hope of tackling pandemics including coronavirus and Ebola.

The couple have long spoken about the fears of a pandemic and had warned that the world was not prepared to respond at a global level.

Melinda Gates said the world is likely to be permanently changed by the pandemic and predicted there could more similar outbreaks in the future.

Stone said of his own lockdown in Florida: ‘Like most Americans, we’re hunkered down. It gives you time to spend with the family, time to write, and pray.

‘It has its pluses, but every gym in Florida is closed, when I can’t go to the gym, it drives me crazy.’

Stone also said New York governor Andrew Cuomo has ‘done a very good job’ adding: ‘He’s a strong communicator, he speaks the people’s language.’

Roger Stone thinks Bill Gates created coronavirus

But said in order for Cuomo to emerge as a presidential candidate Joe ‘Biden would have to get hit by a bus’.

Stone added: ‘God forbid we’re not for that. I think [a Cuomo nomination is] a fantasy by the Democrats who see Biden as an intrinsically weak candidate.’

Stone will not have to serve his sentence until a ruling on his defense appeal.

He was sentenced to more than three years in prison for obstructing a congressional investigation in a case that has sparked fears about presidential interference in the justice system.

He was convicted in November on all seven counts of an indictment that accused him of lying to Congress, tampering with a witness and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia to tip the 2016 election.

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