Bill Gates Gets BURNED Live By Fox News Host

Bill Gates' globalist assertions that it would be preferable in the long run to freeze to death were dismissed by Greg Gutfeld.

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By pursuing his green agenda, regardless of the suffering it causes, Bill Gates has long been an opponent of freedom. Since we have capable freedom warriors, we won't remain silent.

regular callers. Bill Gates was criticized by "The Five" panelists on Thursday for supporting a "green" economy that was compelled by high energy prices.

Bill Gates published a paper endorsing renewable energy sources.

As stated by Next News. In his report, "State of the Energy Transition," published on Tuesday, Bill Gates urged countries like the US that depend on fossil fuels to decarbonize every aspect of their economies. It is impractical and unfair to demand everyone else to give up a better life because that carbon turned out to change the climate, he stated in his study. "Many countries in Europe and North America filled the atmosphere with carbon to achieve prosperity," he said. In just a few decades, he asserted, "I don't think the market alone can press reset on an entire in only a few decades,” he said. “We need a plan to speed up the process.”

Recall all those environmentally damaging, energy-guzzling appliances? What grids are overloaded? Where were the power outages and natural gas shortages? In terms of life quality, America was world leader. Nowadays, the government regulates smart thermostats and forbids people from charging their compelled automobiles. Awake. We are fed misinformation so that filthy globalist elites like Bill Gates can continue to force absurd policies down our throats.

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