Get a load of this. In this recent Business Insider interview (which is clearly part of propaganda machine behind the upcoming vaccine), Melinda Gates has a very unique slip of the tongue…
The interview and article are totally unremarkable in all aspects except this one. Regarding the idea of herd immunity, Mrs. Gates says the following:
That’s still very far-fetched today. You don’t get herd immunity until you have a huge percent of your population that has had the disease. We know that from all the diseases in the past that humans have had. So no, we’re still a long way from herd immunity. And you can’t count on that because a lot of people are going to die in the meantime if you let the experiment run [ahem, I mean…] and you just let the disease run its course in communities. Sure, we could get herd immunity and we will get so much death. That’s why it’s so important to remind people the only tools we have today are physical distancing, handwashing, and wearing masks in public. We have to go with what we know works.
Emphasis and insertion obviously mine.
You can almost feel her catch herself where she says “if you let the experiment run annnnnd ah, you just let the disease run”. She realizes that she should not have said what she said, and repeats herself from the beginning by saying “disease” instead of “experiment”. That quote does not make much sense without a very meaningful pause and restart exactly at that moment.
Quite an interesting choice of words there, Melinda.