DISINFO: Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates to be arrested for vaccines and artificially creating the virus
DISINFORMATION CASE DETAILS
  • Outlet: ge.news-front.info (archived)*
  • Date of publication: July 22, 2020
  • Outlet language(s): Georgian
  • Reported in: Issue 207
  • Countries / regions discussed: US
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coronavirus vaccination Bill Gates

DISINFO: Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates to be arrested for vaccines and artificially creating the virus

SUMMARY

Lawsuits have been filed against Anthony Fauch and Bill Gates, they will be charged for infecting and killing hundreds of thousands of children through vaccination, as well as artificially creating and spreading the virus. The investigation will also follow the Obama Foundation for transferring $3.7 million to Wuhan Laboratory.

RESPONSE

No proof given. Recurring disinformation narrative on vaccination and the coronavirus. There are no trial processes against Fauci and Bill Gates. This conspiracy is based on the story from The Next News Network Special Report, in which three doctors demanded Fauci's arrest on the ground that the coronavirus pandemic and restrictions caused severe damage to the US economy. This story is no longer available on the official YouTube channel of the network. As for the Obama Foundation, according to Snopes, a portion of $3.7 million in grants awarded between 2014 and 2019 by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to EcoHealth Alliance, helped fund research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology in China. Not all of that $3.7 million went to the Wuhan Institute of Virology, and not all of the funding took place under the Obama administration. It should also be noted that this financing had nothing to do with the coronavirus. See earlier disinformation cases that Bill Gates pays compensation to people mutilated as a result of vaccines and that the coronavirus is man-made.

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