Bill Gates Hoped Epstein Meetings ‘Would Lead to Something Good’

(Alex TienHeadline USA) The globalist oligarch Bill Gates continues to see his once dignified public image spiral out of control.

Gates, who has been one of the main culprits behind the catastrophic COVID lockdowns, has repeatedly been exposed as a degenerate.

The CEO of Microsoft appeared on NBC News this week to conduct an interview with the “Today” Show’s Samantha Gunthrie. To the surprise of many, Guthrie managed to ask Gates some pointed questions about his extensive relationship with child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein.

Gates said it was a “mistake” for him to meet multiple times with convicted sex offender  Epstein, even after the disgraced financier’s conviction in 2008.

Toward the end of the interview, Guthrie asked Gates why he kept meeting with Epstein even after his conviction and whether he regretted doing so. Gates, who has become a master at avoiding tough questions, was visibly uncomfortable and resorted to blatant misdirection in his response.

“I certainly made a huge mistake, uh, not only meeting him in the first place, but uh, I met with him a number of times,” Gates dissembled.

“I had a goal of raising money for global health, I didn’t realize that meeting with him almost downplayed uh, the incredibly awful things he did.

“You know I learned more about that over time, but uh, I would add that to the list of big mistakes,” he sputtered. “And uh, Melinda [Gate’s] advice was sound and I should have followed it sooner than I did.”

Gates was also asked about what he has learned from his recent divorce from his wife, Melinda, and responded that he doesn’t “have good advice” for people relating to their personal lives.

The divorced profligate was also recently revealed as having an affair with a Microsoft employee, resulting in his dismissal from the board.