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Why Bill Gates Bought All that Farmland Has Been Exposed!

Everyone in the globe must take the COVID vaccine maybe multiple times according to Bill Gates, and now he’s buying up farmland across the United States.

Bill Gates, in fact, owns more farmland than anyone else in America today.

“Creepy Microsoft Billionaire Bill Gates is now the largest farm landowner in the US” Based on the Successful Farming:

In 1994, the Gateses hired the former Putnam Investments bond-fund manager to diversify the couple’s portfolio away from the Microsoft co-founders 45 percent stake in the technology giant while maintaining comparable or better returns. According to a 2014 profile of Larson in the Wall Street Journal, these investments include a substantial stake in AutoNation, hospitality interests such as the Charles Hotel in Cambridge and the Four Seasons in San Francisco, and “at least 100,000 acres of farmland in California, Illinois, Iowa, Louisiana, and other states … .” According to the Land Report 100 Research Team, that figure is currently more than twice that amount, which means Bill Gates, co-founder of Microsoft, has an alter ego: Farmer Bill, the guy who owns more farmland than anyone else in America.

According to the Lonesome Lands blog:

They’ve been featured in a number of prominent national media, including the cover of Inc. Magazine last October. Bill Gates is also a major backer of Memphis Meats, a group of radical animal rights advocates aiming to manufacture meat from cow cells in a lab. Their mission is to destroy the livestock industry, and they have become media darlings as a result.

Bill Gates is one of its top investors, he Memphis Meats investor page as reported by Memphis Meats investor page.

Bill Gates appears to be working with Cargill and PETA to put an end to livestock agriculture in the United States.

If Bill Gates controls the farmland, he has the power to decide what will and will not be grown on American farms.

Creepy whether you like it or not, Bill Gates is going to transform your diet.

Sources: thegatewaypundit.com, agriculture.com, crunchbase.com.

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