Candace Owens calls Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates 'evil' and anti-vaxxers agree: 'They got rich off Americans'

Candace Owens has shockingly called Fauci and Bill Gates 'pure evil' in a Twitter attack and many on social media agreed with her

                            Candace Owens calls Anthony Fauci and Bill Gates 'evil' and anti-vaxxers agree: 'They got rich off Americans'
Bill Gates, Candace Owens and Anthony Fauci (Getty Images)

Conservative author and political commentator Candace Owens slammed the pharmaceutical industry on Tuesday, December 15, blasting US' top infectious disease specialist Dr Anthony Fauci and co-founder of Microsoft Corporation Bill Gates. "Dr Fauci is evil. Bill Gates is evil. The pharmaceutical industry is wrought with corruption and pure evil," she tweeted days after the Pfizer vaccine for the coronavirus was approved by the FDA for emergency use. Within a matter of hours, her tweet received over 108,000 likes and more than 22,000 retweets. 



A number of anti-vaxxers flocked to her comments section to express their solidarity with Owens's sentiments. "There's something in that vaccine that will allow the NWO to trace everyone. It will be more accurate than cell phones. I agree with Candace," one of them wrote, while another said, "You forgot to add in Zuckerberg." A third commented, "Finally, someone speaking the truth. @RealCandaceO." One more remarked, "Thank you Candace, took the words right out of my mouth and wrote (said) them verbatim."

Another commenter added, "Agree! Their Greed. Getting RICH off the backs of AMERICANS." The next said, "Sooooooo true! No celebrating having the COVID vaccine!" A person tweeted, "Thank you for being brave enough to say it." One more wrote, "Totally true. I want to start a movement to repeal the 1986 act. Pharmaceutical companies should be liable for the damages incurred by vaccines. Period." Another user commented, "From the start! Look into how they started! It will help explain it all. Control!" One of them wrote, "There's a lot of evil around. Fortunately, there are also a few good people, like @RealCandaceO, @TulsiGabbard, and @realDonaldTrump"





















We previously reported that on Sunday, December 13, President Donald Trump posted a seemingly selfless tweet about not being the first ones to receive the Pfizer vaccine. His tweet which declared that he is not currently scheduled to take the vaccine confounded his critics. "People working in the White House should receive the vaccine somewhat later in the program, unless specifically necessary. I have asked that this adjustment be made. I am not scheduled to take the vaccine but look forward to doing so at the appropriate time. Thank you!" Trump tweeted.



Trump's tweet came after Bloomberg News reported that some officials at the top of the US government would be receiving Covid-19 vaccines this week. Apparently, Trump was also offered the vaccine but he never confirmed whether he would take it because he has already recovered from Covid-19. A spokesperson for the National Security Council said before the president’s tweet, that key officials across the three branches of government would receive Pfizer vaccine.

“Senior officials across all three branches of government will receive vaccinations pursuant to the continuity of government protocols established in executive policy,” said spokesperson John Ullyot, reported the Associated Press. “The American people should have confidence that they are receiving the same safe and effective vaccine as senior officials of the United States government on the advice of public health professionals and national security leadership.”

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