The conspiracy theory that 'Bill Gates is trying to embed a microchip by masquerading as a new coronavirus vaccine' is very popular



The founder of Microsoft, Bill Gates, has a conspiracy theory in the United States that he is trying to embed a microchip to monitor the public with the excuse of vaccination against the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19) It became clear that it was widely believed.

New Yahoo News / YouGov poll shows coronavirus conspiracy theories spreading on the right may hamper vaccine efforts

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New Yahoo News / YouGov poll shows coronavirus conspiracy theories spreading on the right may hamper vaccine efforts

For many years known as the 'Millionaire of the World', Gates has been working with his wife Melinda on the charitable foundation, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, who has been active in charitable activities. The Gates Foundation has a track record of investing 40 billion dollars (about 4.3 trillion yen) to eradicate malaria and polio, and a total of 3 for the development of vaccines and therapeutic agents during this COVID-19 pandemic We have invested 100 million dollars (about 32 billion yen).

However, such a conspiracy theory that Gates is trying to embed microchips in the people by calling it the vaccine of COVID-19 is prevalent in the United States. According to a survey conducted by marketing company YouGov in collaboration with Yahoo News, 44% of Republicans who support President Donald Trump believe in Gates' conspiracy theories. On the other hand, only 19% of Democratic supporters believed in Gates' conspiracy theory. Also, 52% of Democratic supporters said, 'Gates' conspiracy theory is not true,' but just 26% of Republican supporters said the same.

The following are the results of a survey on the conspiracy theory of Gates conducted by YouGov and Yahoo News. In this survey, one of the three choices of 'True', 'Not sure' and 'False' is selected for the question. The percentage of people who answered 'True' to the question 'Mr. Gates is trying to chase people as a vaccine of COVID-19' is 'Sourse of Most TV News: Fox News' 50% of people who mainly watch Fox News in the United States), 44% of Republicans (Republicans), and Voted for Donald Trump in 2016 (people who voted for Donald Trump in the 2016 presidential election) 44% for 'US Adults', 28% for 'Independents', 24% for 'Independents', and 19% for 'Democrats'.

Snopes , a website that specializes in fact checking on urban legends and fake news, explains the cause of this conspiracy theory: `` The Gates Foundation is researching `` quantum dots '' that are embedded under the skin and display information in response to infrared rays. `` I've funded it, '' he said. “The Gates Foundation-funded quantum dot is only molecular-sized, and it's only able to identify information written in response to infrared radiation. It has nothing to do with microchips, and now it's more efficient to monitor a smartphone that's constantly connected to GPS than to embed a microchip, 'he said of the conspiracy theories about Gates. truth and is not) ' has been dismissed .

Many hoaxes continue to spread in the COVID-19 pandemic. In one example, the hoax that 'COVID-19 is caused by the radio tower for the 5th generation mobile radio communication system (5G)' is spreading all over the world, and there is a case where the radio tower is set on fire in the United Kingdom and the United States. It is one after another.

It turned out that hoaxes on 5G radio tower caused by hoax about new corona are spreading all over the world-GIGAZINE

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