Even Bill Gates Admits ‘Climate Change’ Is a Hoax


(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Even billionaire Bill Gates started backtracking on some of his previous statements about “climate change” during a recent New York Times event.

“There’s a lot of climate exaggeration. The climate is not the end of the planet. So the planet is going to be fine,” he said, adding that while there are effects on humanity, the planet itself won’t be affected and that “no temperate country is going to become uninhabitable.”

Gates then said that world leaders won’t be able to implement “climate change” policies by using “brute force.”

“If you try to do climate brute force, you will get people who say, ‘I like climate but I don’t want to bear that cost and reduce my standard of living.’ Without innovation, it’s unlikely, particularly in middle-income countries, that the brute force approach will be successful,” he said.

After that, Gates called both Republicans and Democrats to support the legislation addressing “climate change.”

“You can’t have a climate policy that when one party is in charge goes full speed ahead and stops cold. These are 30-year investments in steel factories. It’s pretty clear we’re not going to go to extreme scenarios,” he said.

Gates also added that he is “the person who’s doing the most on climate in terms of the innovation and in how we can square multiple goals,” implying that he is an authority when it comes to that issue because he donated a lot of money to the leftist cause.

As reported by the Daily Fetched, Gates became very concerned earlier this year that many Westerners will refuse to live in poverty to fight “climate change.”

“I don’t think we can count on people living an impoverished lifestyle as a solution to climate change. You know, meat consumption in India will be less… Will all Indians become vegetarians? Will all Americans become vegetarians? I wouldn’t want to count on it,” Gates said on March 1, 2023, at an event in India.