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REVEALED: Melinda Gates Triggered Divorce Moves After Bill’s Meetings with Jeffrey Epstein

As wife of world’s fourth-richest man, Melinda Gates began exploring her divorce options nearly two years ago, at about the same time when notorious pedophile and sex criminal Jeffrey Epstein mysteriously died in his New York City jail cell, and as husband Bill’s peculiar relationship with Epstein was beginning to attract some attention.

Photograph taken at Jeffrey Epstein’s Manhattan mansion in 2011 shows from left: James E. Staley, at the time a senior JPMorgan executive; former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers; Epstein; Bill Gates, Microsoft’s co-founder; and Boris Nikolic, who was the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation’s science adviser (Image Credit: New York Times)

If mainstream media reportage, flight logs and court documents are anything to go by, then Epstein was able to ensnare a number of other top global luminaries into saucy jet-setting social network, including Prince Andrew, President Bill Clinton, Larry Summers, New Mexico governor Bill Richardson, and TV lawyer Alan Dershowitz. Others names of note include Mick Jagger, Courtney Love, Peter Mandelson, and Ralph Fiennes. 

That list gets even more interesting when you add to it Microsoft founder and global vaccine mogul Bill Gates. Their relationship raises a number of provocative questions. Is it possible that Gates was caught up in Epstein’s VIP sexual blackmail ring, or perhaps was Gates’ involvement with Epstein much deeper and more profound?

Recently, Gates has publicly denied having any business relationship with Epstein, claiming “I didn’t have any business relationship or friendship with him,” and in a clever bit of misdirection Gates’ said, “He never donated any money to anything that I know about.” However, this attempted denial appears to be a lie. It has already been established that the convicted sex offender “directed” Gates to donate $2 million to the MIT Media Lab research project in October 2014. In 2019, the New Yorker reported how MIT Media Lab attempted to conceal its working relationship with Epstein – an important line of inquiry which might bring some of the think tank’s shadowy projects under increased scrutiny.

It’s worth noting here also that MIT Media Lab has been one of the key players in social engineering and the weaponization of applied behavorial psychology during the COVID crisis, as well as change agents promoting aggressive new climate change policies. From the beginning of the COVID crisis, Gates has been the most prominent and outspoken proponent for medieval-style lockdowns, mask mandates, business closures, experimental pharmaceutical drugs and mass-vaccinations, and the controversial Vaccine Passport bio surveillance scheme.

Gates also claims that, “I didn’t go to New Mexico or Florida or Palm Beach or any of that,” but in fact there were other previously reported meetings between the two wealthy men, including one in New York in 2013 that preceded a ride to Palm Beach in one of Epstein’s private planes, along with Gates’ former chief scientific adviser being named as alternate executor to Epstein’s will.

Either way, it’s clear that Bill Gates is now running rear guard PR action – in order to insulate himself and his empire from any potential fallout from his dealings with Epstein, amid what might end up being one of the largest divorce settlements in history.

The Guardian reports…

Melinda French Gates had concerns about her husband’s dealings with the convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein when she consulted lawyers to explore the option of divorcing the Microsoft billionaire Bill Gates, according to reports.

The billionaire philanthropists announced their decision to divorce last week after declaring their marriage “irretrievably broken” – but did not explain why.

The Wall Street Journal reported that in 2019 Melinda, 56, hired a team of lawyers from several high profile law firms to discuss a possible divorce. The Journal said several of its sources had said Melinda was concerned about her husband’s business dealings with Epstein, who killed himself in jail in 2019 while awaiting trial on federal charges related to sex trafficking.

Melinda is said to have expressed unease at Bill’s relationship with Epstein since at least 2013. Her meeting with divorce lawyers in October 2019 is said to have taken place at roughly the same time as a New York Times article detailed Bill’s meetings with Epstein, which included an overnight stay at Epstein’s New York mansion.

The article, which detailed Epstein’s connections with the rich and powerful, said none of them “compared in prestige and power to the [then] world’s second-richest person, a brilliant and intensely private luminary: Bill Gates. And unlike many others, Mr Gates started the relationship after Mr Epstein was convicted of sex crimes.”

The Daily Beast reported that Melinda, who has recently introduced her maiden name, French, into her social media profiles, warned her husband about associating with Epstein in 2013.

The website said Melinda was furious with Bill for meeting with the wealthy sex offender and it proved to be “a turning point for the Gates’ relationship”.

A spokesperson for Bill told the Journal the 65-year-old stood by a statement about Epstein given to the New York Times in 2019. In that statement he said: “I met him. I didn’t have any business relationship or friendship with him.

“I didn’t go to New Mexico or Florida or Palm Beach or any of that. There were people around him who were saying, ‘Hey, if you want to raise money for global health and get more philanthropy, he knows a lot of rich people.’

“Every meeting where I was with him were meetings with men. I was never at any parties or anything like that. He never donated any money to anything that I know about.”

The Journal said its sources claimed that Bill and Epstein first met in 2011, several years after Epstein reached a deal with authorities and was sentenced to 13 months confinement for soliciting prostitution from underage girls. The conditions of that 2008 deal were a source of controversy 11 years later, when Epstein was charged with sex trafficking. Found dead in a New York jail, he was deemed to have killed himself.

Melinda could become the world’s second-richest woman, with a fortune estimated at $73bn. According to the Bloomberg billionaires index, Bill Gates is currently ranked as the world’s fourth-richest person, with wealth totalling about $146bn…

READ MORE EPSTEIN NEWS AT: 21st Century Wire Epstein Files




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