Bill Gates can't contain his laughter when Anderson cooper suggest withholding people’s social security if they don’t take the vax

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Anderson Cooper 360 : CNNW : August 4, 2021 5:00pm-6:00pm PDT : Free Borrow & Streaming : Internet Archive (5:13 PM)

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No COVID-19 vaccination required to receive Social Security payments


A headline widely shared on social media falsely suggests that if you don’t get a COVID-19 vaccine, you’ll lose your Social Security benefits.

The headline is on a TikTok video that shows 25 seconds of comments made on the Senate floor by Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla.

The headline says:

"So now if you don’t comply and on social security or disability you won’t be able to receive your money."

The text below the video says: "October 19th 2021," which is the day Scott made the remarks seen in the video.

The TikTok video was shared in an Instagram post, where it was flagged as part of Facebook’s efforts to combat false news and misinformation on its News Feed. (Read more about our partnership with Facebook.)

No such vaccination requirement is in place and none has been proposed. The text on the video was based on a poor or misleading interpretation of what happened on the Senate floor.
A headline widely shared on social media falsely suggests that if you don’t get a COVID-19 vaccine, you’ll lose your Social Security benefits.

The headline is on a TikTok video that shows 25 seconds of comments made on the Senate floor by Sen. Rick Scott, R-Fla.

The headline says:

"So now if you don’t comply and on social security or disability you won’t be able to receive your money."

The text below the video says: "October 19th 2021," which is the day Scott made the remarks seen in the video.

The TikTok video was shared in an Instagram post, where it was flagged as part of Facebook’s efforts to combat false news and misinformation on its News Feed. (Read more about our partnership with Facebook.)

No such vaccination requirement is in place and none has been proposed. The text on the video was based on a poor or misleading interpretation of what happened on the Senate floor.

On the floor, Scott mentioned a bill he introduced the same day to prohibit requiring that any individual be vaccinated against COVID-19 as a condition of receiving Social Security benefits.


Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., argued that the bill was proposed for political gain, because there is no effort to tie Social Security benefits to vaccinations.

Making a reference to Halloween, Wyden accused Scott of "telling the American people scary stories about vaccines threatening their Social Security benefits. I don’t believe the American people are so easily tricked. This idea is as fantastical and ridiculous as a vampire living under your bed."...

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Bill Gates seems to laugh at Anderson's question to tie SS checks to Jab-Status. It seems he may have laughed because they could come into play down the line, as they tightened their squeeze.

Anderson is one of their puppets, so he could have been introducing the idea.

Obviously from the fact-checking, Scott's remarks were taken out of context, as they seem sarcastic and deal with his bill to prevent this tie-in from occurring.

Then, Wyden (Democrat) chimes in to say its was for political gain (a classic Fabian Picardo move against his opposition).

From Bible prophecy (Revelation 13:17 – No Man Might Buy or Sell), we know they are going to tie income with digital IDs; and that the Covid Plandemic is the catalyst to this evil plan, where politicians, eugenicists and so-called health organizations, say it's for "the good of all".

Perhaps, Scott knows these future plans, knows how mission creep occurs. Creating legislation, and amending it, adding to it etc. He brought up the bill as a counter-measure of what's coming.

And Wyden twisted Scott's action for his own political gain. Possibly, Wyden felt it wasn't time to let the serfs know that this was in the works.

On the side of evil are politicians, entertainers, professors, presstitutes that make statements about limiting freedoms of those who don't comply. Some of their ideas will become reality when the Synagogue of Satan thinks the time is right.

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Here's another sneaky fact-check article about this very same interview that ignores Gates' chuckle.

There's quite a few sneaky pieces in it:

  • It doesn't address Gates' creepy reaction
  • One of the tweets says ", “Anderson Cooper floating the idea of withholding SS from the unvaxxed." which he does indeed do by introducing the question....

"In the segment, neither Cooper nor Gates expressed support for withholding social security benefits from the unvaccinated."

He clearly expressed support by nodding.

Another fact checking article:-

Sneaky bits:

Gates smiled very often through the interview. He did not suggest that unvaccinated should be stripped of their Social Security.

Here they sneakily use the term smile when it clearly was more.

I didn't see him react like this in the other parts I watched. Not just a smile but almost wasn't able to contain his laughter and had to calm himself and look down.

And I'd call nodding suggestive agreement...

The NewsPunch article features a video of Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, which the site apparently lifted from a CNN Anderson Cooper 360° interview from August 4, 2021.

Is it usual to use the word lifted (stolen) when referring to video clips? Implying we're dealing with THIEVES.

To this, Gates replied that there was a compelling case to be made for mandating vaccines in care homes....

They completely left out the bit about him nodding and almost not being able to contain his laughter...

Another sneaky one from AP

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