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Vax Pusher Bill Gates Watches Unvaccinated Novax Djokovic as He Wins at The Australian Open
💭 The Serbian tennis star beat Stefanos Tsitsipas in three sets in the final in Melbourne on Sunday in front of Bill Gates. Djokovic was unable to compete in the tournament last year over his refusal to have the COVID vaccine.
In 2022, Novak Djokovic was first jailed and then deported from Australia after former immigration minister Alex Hawke found the tennis star posed a risk to public health and order because Novaxx was not vaxxed.
☆ Rafael Nadal short on sympathy for Novax Djokovic
Australian Open, January, 2022
'If you are vaccinated, you can play'
☆ Indian Wells: Two month later, March 2022, Nadal loses finals because of chest pain and breathing problems. A pain "like a needle that being pressed", describes Nadal downed in the final at Indian Wells.
"I was in pain. It's hard to breathe. I don't know if it's in my ribs... When I breathe, when I move, it's like a needle being pressed. And it's not just the pain, it affects my breathing," the then 35-year-old Spaniard explained in a press conference.
👉 Here's what other tennis stars are saying about Djokovic's vaccine saga
💭 Bill Gates — After Reaping Huge Profits Selling Biontech Shares — Trashes Effectiveness Of Covid Vaccines
Bill Gates, long recognized as one of the world’s foremost proponents of vaccines, raised some eyebrows at a recent talk in Australia when he admitted there are “problems” with current COVID-19 vaccines.
Speaking at Australia’s Lowy Institute as part of a talk entitled “Preparing for Global Challenges: In Conversation with Bill Gates,” the Microsoft founder made the following admission:
“We also need to fix the three problems of [COVID-19] vaccines. The current vaccines are not infection-blocking. They’re not broad, so when new variants come up you lose protection, and they have very short duration, particularly in the people who matter, which are old people.”
Such statements came as a surprise to some in light of Gates’ longstanding support of — and investments in — vaccine manufacturers and organizations promoting global vaccination. However, they were the latest in a string of developments in recent weeks that have increasingly called the COVID-19 vaccines, in particular, into question.
‘This is a grift’: Gates’ investments in mRNA vaccines reveal ‘conflict of interest’
Several analysts and commentators were critical of Gates — but not due to disagreement with the statements he made in Australia. Instead, they argued that he had previously heavily invested in mRNA vaccines at the same time he encouraged a global COVID-19 vaccination campaign and supported mandatory vaccination.
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