The Wall Street Journal has released a trove of Jeffrey Epstein documents and found additional alleged links between the convicted pedophile and Bill Gates.
According to the WSJ report, a philanthropist named Barnaby Marsh claimed Epstein said he managed money for Bill Gates.
The globalist vaccine fanatic and depopulation advocate has repeatedly tried to distance himself from Epstein and diminish their previous ties.
Marsh said that Epstein enjoyed bringing billionaires to his Manhattan apartment to solve problems for “wealthy donors,” the report claimed.
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Although the WSJ report is behind a paywall, the New York Post shared details from the philanthropist’s claims.
During these meetings, Epstein’s guests also discussed how to make large donations, and Epstein was known to openly talk about his jail time, Marsh told the Journal.
Marsh said he attended these gatherings himself because of the other billionaires and academics that were there — and they all had the same interest in philanthropy.
“So many of these billionaires knew him,” Marsh told the Journal. “Nobody ever said, ‘Watch out for him.’”
The Journal also reported that Marsh said “Epstein told Mr. Marsh that Epstein was managing money for Mr. Gates.”
It’s unclear what year these meetings took place in, but as of 2019, the same year Epstein was arrested, Gates had a net worth of $104.7 billion. (Today, 67-year-old Gates is worth $113.2 billion.)
A spokeswoman for Gates said that Epstein and the Microsoft co-founder met for philanthropic reasons. She also claimed that Epstein misrepresented his relationship with Gates.
Unsurprisingly, Bill Gates denies the claims that Jeffrey Epstein managed money for him.
Insider Paper shared comments from Gates’ spokesperson:
“As Bill has said many times before, it was a mistake to have ever met with him and he deeply regrets it,” the spokeswoman said. “Jeffrey Epstein never managed money or anything else for Mr. Gates.”
During Marsh’s tenure as the executive at large for the John Templeton Foundation, Epstein also sought Marsh’s help in securing funding for a non-profit run by Larry Summers’ wife.
“I had high hopes that he would follow the paths of others who used their ‘second chance’ to make a positive impact in the world,” Marsh said of Epstein. “In the end, he disappointed me.”
Even today, Bill Gates is frequently questioned about his association with Epstein, the financier turned convicted pedophile. During his recent appearance on Australia’s “ABC 7.30” show, host Sarah Ferguson posed a question to Gates regarding this matter. “Do you regret the relationship that you maintained with him against Melinda’s advice and wishes?” she asked.
“I will say for the over a 100th time, yeah, I shouldn’t have had dinners with him,” Gates responded.