In my video ‘Who Helps More, Christians or Atheists?‘ I exposed the lying tactics of christian media outlets who claim that certain philanthropists are Christians in order to prop up their religion in the public eye. Bill Gates was one of the people that christians just love to claim as one of them.
But oh how the tables have turned since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic as many christians are now saying that Gates is conducting a hidden, sinister agenda against christians. Now this is what is meant by the old saying, “When the shit hits the fan!”
Trump supporter, Rick Wiles is leading the christian charge against Gates. He stated that Gates’ promotion of vaccines, specifically a coronavirus vaccine, will lead to “blood in the streets” as Christians rise up against him.
“Bill Gates wants to get a microchip in your body, he wants a microchip in your baby’s body,” Wiles said. “If Mr. Gates and other billionaires continue to push their agenda, then they are going to push people like me to call for the confiscation of their wealth. I mean it. If these guys continue this talk of requiring mass vaccinations, immunity cards, immunity passports, microchips, buddy, you’re starting a fight you’ll wish you never started because the American people will rise up, and we will strip you down to your tighty whities.”
“Christians had better get ready for a confrontation with these people,” he continued. “They’re coming after us and our families. They have an evil agenda and the government needs to know there will be an uprising if they try to do it. There will be blood in the streets if Bill Gates pushes this agenda … The American people, we will rise up and we will march on your mansion in Seattle, we will sink your yacht that you just bought.”
“The American people need to get riled up and ready to defend the sanctity of their lives,” Wiles snarled. “Don’t be like the Jewish people who marched into the gas chambers.”
Usually I regard christians as ludicrous, delusional or scientifically illiterate. In this particular case I must admit, I’m a little on the fence on the issue at hand. Just because I don’t believe in imaginary Gods, doesn’t mean I do believe in and trust the word of the top 1%…