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Bill and Melinda Gates hope to deliver their COVID-19 vaccines to Black Americans first. In an interview with Forbes magazine, the philanthropic billionaire couple said they want to distribute their vaccines based on racial groups first.

Melinda said "Black people" and "indigenous people" should receive their vaccines first, particularly if they work in the health field.

"One of the reasons we are so involved in this is that you don't want the first vaccines to go to the highest-bidding countries," Melinda Gates said. "There are 60 million healthcare workers. They deserve to get the vaccine first, they're the ones dealing with this on the front lines, trying to keep us all safe."

Melinda went on to say Black people in America should receive the vaccines next.

"Then you have to start to tier from there, based on the countries and the populations. Here in the United States, it's going to be black people who really should get it first and many indigenous people, as well as people with underlying symptoms, and then elderly people."

According to some reports, 1 in 4 Black people in America have been impacted by the virus.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has lent financial support to finding a vaccine for COVID-19 since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.

They have donated to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, which the foundation claims will work to pay for and distribute doses of the vaccine to low-income countries.

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Bill Gates says your life will not return to normal until you are inoculated against Covid-19 with his vaccine.

In a new blog post last week, Gates explained everything you need to know about his Covid-19 vaccine.

In March, Gates stepped down from the boards of Microsoft and Berkshire Hathaway to personally oversee his vaccination program.

In cooperation with the World Health Organization (WHO) world governments, and pharmaceutical companies, the 64-year-old Microsoft founder plans to roll out 7 billion doses of his vaccine -- enough to vaccinate nearly every man, woman and child on the planet.

New factories will be built to develop and distribute the vaccines to the world. The vaccination effort is funded in part by a $250 million donation from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

Gates is determined to vaccinate the world. He said health care workers would be inoculated first, followed by poor people in low income countries, because they have less access to healthcare.

"Realistically, if we're going to return to normal, we need to develop a safe, effective vaccine. We need to make billions of doses, we need to get them out to every part of the world, and we need all of this to happen as quickly as possible."

And to make sure future generations are vaccinated, the billionaire philanthropist said his vaccines will become a routine part of newborn immunizations.

To confirm that everyone in the world is immunized, Gates proposes invisible ink tattoos or even an implantable chip that will track people who received the vaccines.

The chip would submit someone's updated health and vaccination data into a centralized COV-ID database that will also contain their voter ID information and criminal history.

You could lose your job if you decided not to take the shot or be chipped. As one Redditor explained: "They're going to pressure corporations to require their employees have it."

The vaccine only needs to be 60% effective or usable, Gates says. The vaccine is being fast-tracked and Gates is optimistic that a safe and effective vaccine will be available within 9 months to two years.

Since Gates published his post on Thursday, hundreds of comments from skeptics have been deleted. But a few sarcastic comments remain:

"I am sure Bill has the best interests of everyone at heart and can understand the importance of building confidence through a very public injection of his whole family in a ceremony which will be independently verified, followed by injecting all of the billionaires, leaders of industry and politicians because it is very important that they be protected from infection first."

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Fox News' Chief White House correspondent sparked a firestorm of controversy when he was caught on a hot mic discussing the coronavirus with a photographer who joked that all White House reporters were vaccinated against Covid-19.

The Covid-19 vaccine is a controversial subject since the vaccine is being developed by eugenist billionaire Bill Gates.

The incident happened on Tuesday, April 21, when Roberts and New York Times photographer Doug Mills were caught on a hot microphone prior to the start of Tuesday's White House coronavirus press briefing.

Roberts reassured Mills that the COVID-19 death toll may be lower than previously estimated.

"You can take off the mask," Roberts told Mills. "The case fatality rate is like 0.1 to 0.3, according to USC," Roberts said, referring to a case study in California that showed the infection rate was much higher than previous estimates.

Mills responded, "Is it really?" He then asked Roberts if the coronavirus was a hoax. Roberts replied that he didn't believe it was a hoax.

"That's reassuring," said Mills, who added, "Everybody here's been vaccinated anyway."

The hot mic audio spread like wildfire on social media, as angry citizens accused the media and the elites of hoarding the Covid-19 vaccines for themselves. The backlash forced Roberts to deny there was any vaccine.

"There is NO vaccine. And it is NOT a hoax," he tweeted on Wednesday.

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Eugenist Bill Gates is furious with U.S. President Donald Trump for cutting $500 million in funding to the World Health Organization (WHO).

In a tweet on Tuesday, the Microsoft co-founder slammed Trump's decision to cut WHO funding, saying "Halting funding for the World Health Organization during a world health crisis is as dangerous as it sounds. Their work is slowing the spread of Covid-19 and if that work is stopped no other organization can replace them."

Trump announced Tuesday he was halting $500 million in funding after criticizing The WHO's handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Trump said the WHO failed investigate early signs of the virus' ability to spread from one human to another and failed to call out China for its lack of transparency.

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Bill and his wife Melinda Gates pledged $100 million to develop a coronavirus vaccine. Gates stepped down from the Microsoft board to focus his efforts on developing the vaccine.

Of that pledge, $20 million went to the Atlanta-based CDC and the WHO.

In an interview with CNN, Melinda Gates said COVID-19 is going to "be horrible in the developing world." She added there will be "bodies in the streets of Africa" if the vaccine isn't distributed globally.

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Melinda Gates, wife of billionaire Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, warns there will be bodies in the streets of Africa if her husband's COVID-19 vaccines aren't widely distributed.

In an interview with CNN, Melinda Gates said COVID-19 is going to "be horrible in the developing world." She added there will be "bodies in the streets of Africa."

"Look at Ecuador," she said, adding "They're putting bodies out on the street. You're going to see that in countries in Africa."

Gates said she and her husband have been "heavily invested" in the vaccine development for some time.

She said Bill's vaccinations will be the "ultimate solution" to solving coronavirus in the world.

But critics accuse Bill Gates of using his vaccines as his own personal depopulation tools. Many say Bill has a nefarious agenda for his vaccines.

He reportedly wants to issue Covid-19 "digital certification" ID chips that will identify people who had the vaccine. In fact, COVID stands for Certificate of Vaccination ID.

"These people wanted Corona to spread like crazy in Africa and then offer their 'help' via vaccine. There's a growing resentment against them, a lot of Africans don't want them there," wrote on Twitter user.

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Microsoft founder Bill Gates (right) has reportedly mandated "digital certificates" that will identify all who have been vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Gates has spent billions on coronavirus vaccine development. He stepped down from Microsoft's board to focus on the development of his vaccines.

According to reports, Gates believes vaccines can be used to reduce childhood mortality and ultimately reduce population growth.

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Attorney General William Barr is among those concerned about Gates' proposal for a digital certificate to show who has recovered or been tested recently.

Barr said he was "very concerned about the slippery slope in terms of continuing encroachments on personal liberty."

Barr added he is concerned about "the tracking of people and so forth, generally, especially going forward over a long period of time."

REUTERS said Gates mentioned the possibility of implantable "digital certificates which can show who has been tested for the coronavirus and who has been vaccinated against it.

The digital certificates would be "microchip implants" that contain personal health records of each individual "to create an open source digital platform with the goal of expanding access to safe, home-based testing."

White House coronavirus task force members Dr. Anthony Fauci and Dr. Deborah Birx both have ties to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation that funded the research for the vaccines and digital certificates.

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Teachers are being encouraged to use a "Gender Snowperson" graphic to teach students about gender identity in sex education classes.

The gender snowperson image was tweeted by Teacher2Teacher, a left leaning nonprofit organization that provides lesson plans and other resources to teachers.

Teacher2Teacher is sponsored by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

The organization identified Johnny Cole, a "diversity officer" for the Lexington School District, as the source of the image.

The image shows a genderless snowman on a board accompanied by stickers that explains the gender identity ideology. One sticker says:

"Gender Identity
Girl, Boy, Neither
Who you are and how you feel as a person."

Another sticker reads:

"Sexual orientation
Who you love or are attracted to".

A third sticker says:

Sex Assigned at Birth
Girl, Boy, Intersex
Pronoun assigned at birth".

Twitter users were confused and baffled by the agenda behind the lesson.

"What is the target age for this lesson?" asked one Twitter user.

"This is just awful. This is not something prepubescent children should have to deal with," wrote another user.

A third user tweeted: "Why is the snowman white?".