Bill Gates admits COVID shots ‘only slightly reduce’ transmission, calls for ‘new’ approach to vaccines

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In an interview calling for future ‘pandemic preparedness’ and bringing up the possibility of a smallpox ‘bioterrorist’ attack, the pro-abortion Microsoft founder admitted mRNA shots are ineffective and said ‘we need a new way of doing the vaccines’

LONDON, England (LifeSiteNews) – Billionaire population control and vaccine advocate Bill Gates criticized the currently available COVID jabs as not sufficiently halting transmission of the virus Thursday, stating that “we need a new way of doing the vaccines.”

In a wide-ranging 30-minute interview with leading British politician Jeremy Hunt, head of the U.K. Health Select Committee, Gates discussed many of the topics debated at the COP 26 climate summit underway in neighboring Scotland, later in the interview turning his attention towards “pandemic preparedness” and the current global COVID shot rollout.

Gates told Hunt that “we didn’t have vaccines that block transmission” regarding the available remedies for the virus at the onset of the crisis, later saying of the abortion-tainted COVID jabs, “we got vaccines to help you with your health, but they only slightly reduce the transmissions.”

“We need a new a new way of doing the vaccines,” Gates, who has been a prominent pusher of the shots, added.

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