Candace Owens: 'Bill Gates Is Evil'
'The pharmaceutical industry is wrought with corruption and pure evil'
Conservative firebrand Candace Owens has slammed billionaire Bill Gates as "evil" while taking aim at the pharmaceutical industry this week.
In a post on Twitter, Owens caused a stir online by blasting key figures who have been prominent throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Owens also set her sights on U.S. coronavirus czar Dr. Anthony Fauci while declaring that the pharmaceutical industry is "pure evil" and "wrought with corruption."
“Dr. Fauci is evil. Bill Gates is evil," Owens wrote to her 2.8 million followers.
Dr. Fauci is evil.— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) December 15, 2020
Bill Gates is evil.
The pharmaceutical industry is wrought with corruption and pure evil.
"The pharmaceutical industry is wrought with corruption and pure evil,” she added.
The message clearly struck a chord with many, as it quickly went viral.
At the time of press, it has accumulated some 28,000 retweets, 123k likes, ad thousands of replies.
Owens previously vowed that she will “under no circumstances” take any coronavirus vaccine.
She said she will not be vaccinated “Ever. No matter what,” she wrote back in April.
Unsurprisingly, the comments also unleashed a storm of objections as thousands of commenters registered their disagreement with Owens’ message.
Some blasted her for criticizing medical staff and “spreading conspiracy theories” by her opponents.
However, many others expressed support for the controversial views.
As Neon Nettle previously reported, a petition calling for billionaire Bill Gates to be investigated for "crimes against humanity" went viral over the Summer, gathering hundreds of thousands of signatures from concerned citizens.
The "We the People" petition, hosted on the official White House website, calls for "Investigations Into The 'Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation' For Medical Malpractice & Crimes Against Humanity."
To date, the campaign has amassed almost 680k signatures, more than six times the 100,000 required to get an official response from Congress.
The petition asks the federal government to investigate the Microsoft co-founder and his wife Melinda Gates, stating that "Congress and all other governing bodies are derelict in duty until a thorough and public inquiry is complete."
The petition is still active and can be viewed and signed here.