Whitney Webb notes that Jeffrey Epstein claimed to be a “money manager” who vetted legal advisors for Bill Gates, and highlights Epstein’s close ties to Gates through his employees Nathan Myhrvold, Linda Stone, Melanie Walker, and Boris Nikolić:

“The mainstream media narrative refuses to say that the Epstein-Gates relationship proceeds 2011, which I think is all about protecting greater scrutiny of the Epstein Microsoft ties and also the Maxwell family ties to Microsoft that took place during the 90s. But the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has a lot to answer for when it comes to Epstein.

Before 2011, one of the top science advisors for that foundation was a woman named Melanie Walker, whom Epstein recruited into his network in 1992. She was his science advisor after he paid for some of her graduate studies. That was in the late 90s, and shortly after, she had a brief stint with the World Health Organization and then was hired to be a science advisor to the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, where she introduced Epstein to another science advisor of the Gates Foundation Boris Nikolic.

And if you remember, Boris Nikolic, when Epstein died, was actually the backup executor to his will. So why would Epstein have put Nikolic in that position? And why would Gates hire someone like Melanie Walker, whose resume at that point was being science advisor to Jeffrey Epstein? And, of course, there was a lot of overlap between the science Jeffrey Epstein was into and the science that Bill Gates is into.”


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