Explanation: The post, by spreading misinformation, supports the anti-vaccine campaign and causes fear, panic, and uncertainty in the public that vaccines are harmful and side effects can have fatal consequences. It is not the first time that Bill Gates and his appearances have been taken out of context, edited, and misused to spread the famous conspiracy theory that vaccination is a plan to depopulate the world population. These misconceptions, which have been spreading around the Internet for a long time, originate from Gates' TED speech in 2010, and the topic on which he speaks is not at all related to covid, nor to population depopulation through vaccinationRead the Full Article (Vistinomer)
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