Your New Daddy Bill Gates Says He Won’t Give You an A-Grade

Pictured: Bill Gates holding a jar full of poop.

Bill Gates is a software thief who managed to successfully lobby the US government to establish his mediocre stolen software as a global monopoly. But he wanted to be something more.

For a while, he was satisfied with just being The Poop Man, talking about poop, taking jars full of poop everywhere he went, and also drinking poop water.

But now he’s not that interested in your poop anymore.

Now he wants to be your daddy.

He wants to be everyone’s daddy, in a kind of degenerate, disgusting BDSM kind of way — and he wants people to obey him.

Governments haven’t been obeying Daddy Gates, and Daddy Gates is disappointed.

Daddy Gates is not going to give away any A-grades because he’s not pleased with the handling of the coronavirus pandemic.

Daily Mail:

Bill Gates has said ‘we weren’t ready’ for the coronavirus and criticised governments for not doing enough to prepare for a global pandemic.

The Microsoft co-founder has slammed world leaders for not investing in testing and equipment sooner when the virus first came to light in China last December.

In an interview with BBC Breakfast’s today, Gates said that ‘very few countries are going to get an A-grade’ for the way they responded to the threat posed by the disease that gripped the world just three months.

Globally, at least 1.7 million people have been infected, 102,000 have died and 404,000 have recovered from the virus, according to Johns Hopkins University.

Those reported numbers underestimate the true scope of the outbreak, due to limited testing, uneven counting of the dead and some governments desire to hide the scope of their outbreaks.

Speaking from Seattle today, Gates, who along with his wife Melinda have worked to fund the development of vaccines around the world, slammed governments for not preparing for a pandemic by simulating possible scenarios and stress-testing their infrastructure.

As a result of this lack of preparation, Gates said ‘we find ourselves in uncharted territories’.

Chairing the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, he has donated more than $45 billion towards vaccination research in the hope of tackling pandemics including coronavirus and Ebola.

The couple have long spoken about the fears of a pandemic and had warned that the world was not prepared to respond at a global level.

Yesterday Melinda Gates said the world is likely to be permanently changed by the pandemic and predicted there could more similar outbreaks in the future.

Bill Gates today said therapeutic treatments should have been available within four months if the right preparations were made.

In 2020, out of nowhere, the world will start having lots of similar outbreaks.

There’s nothing suspicious about it, at all.

Gates said that even though he previously warned about the dangers of a global pandemic, he still ‘finds it shocking’.

He said: ‘Everyone’s life is completely disrupted. Your normal pattern; go to meetings, watch sport events etc. This thing, in my lifetime, is the most dramatic thing. We have to think through how do we rise to the occasion and get the scientists working together.

‘I’m doing video meetings. I hardly see people at all. I ask myself every morning did this really happen and even though I worried about it I still find it shocking how tough it is and how hard it is going to be to get back to the normal life that we had before.’

Gates went on to say that the global effort to develop a vaccine is ‘the most urgent tool that has ever been needed’.

He added: ‘The thing that will get us back to the world that we had before coronavirus is the vaccine and getting that out to all 7 billion people.

But Gates said he agrees with Dr Tony Fauci, the US director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, that a vaccine was likely to be around 18 months away.

Bill Gates wants to keep people locked up for 18 months and then inject them with a weird liquid.

Knowing him, that liquid would probably be mostly poop water.

He’s a very sick man.