Saturday, August 24, 2019

Bill Gates Refuses to Comment on Why He Flew on ‘Lolita Express’ AFTER Epstein’s Felony Sex Conviction

It was revealed last week that globalist Bill Gates flew on convicted sex predator Jeffrey Epstein’s "Lolita Express" years after he pleaded guilty to soliciting underage prostitutes, and Gates refuses to comment on the matter.

Gates flew with Epstein four months after he was released from jail in 2009, and then flew with him again from New Jersey’s Teterboro Airport to Palm Beach in 2013. They were reportedly discussing philanthropic spending, but knowing Epstein’s seedy reputation as an exploiter of young women, much more could have been taking place during those flights.

Gates traveled aboard Epstein’s Boeing 727, frequently referred to as the "Lolita Express" due to the illicit sex escapades that took place there. The flight was reinforced with padded floors for wild sexual encounters that took place including depraved orgies, although little else is known about the jet as it was shrouded in secrecy.

The representative for Gates has refused to respond to media requests for a comment thus far. A spokesman said there were no formal ties between Gates and Epstein, although Epstein once claimed he worked as a financial adviser for Gates.

However, Gates’ former science adviser Boris Nikolic was recently named as the back-up executor of Epstein’s will, which was signed two days before his mysterious death inside a New York City jail cell. This adds fuel to the speculation that Gates and Epstein were far more connected than Gates would like the public to believe.

"I was not consulted in these matters and I have no intent to fulfill these duties, whatsoever," said Nikolic, who works as a venture capitalist and has funded several gene-editing startups, in a statement regarding his association with Epstein’s massive $578 will.

Epstein was famously obsessed with genetic editing, hoping to have his head and his genitals frozen after he died, and dreamed of turning his New Mexico ranch into a facility where countless women could be impregnated with his seed. It is unknown whether or not he discussed those plans with Gates and his futurist associates.


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