Bill Gates’ greatest one-year “charity” deed in more than a decade was a pass-through gift to surrogates for Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign. Now it seems that he has a new target as Bill Gates pours millions into an NGO army to attack Elon Musk twitter deal.
The newly founded Foundation for Freedom Online (FFO) reviewed public records to track hundreds of millions of dollars in donations from the letter signatories down to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
A Gates-backed entity funded 11 of the 26 anti-Musk parties in total.
The New Venture Fund, which earned the Gates Foundation’s biggest one-year commitment in more than a decade in 2020, sponsors four of the signatories:
- The Center for Media Justice
- The Media Democracy Fund
- The National Hispanic Media Coalition (via the Media Democracy Fund)
- Accountable Tech
Five of the signatories are funded by the Tides Foundation, which is also a Gates Foundation grantee:
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Two more signatories are linked to Gates Foundation funding:
- Empowering Pacific Islanders Community (funded by Gates-backed Community Partners)
- Reproaction (a project of Gates-backed NEO Philanthropy)
The open letter’s link to Microsoft founder Bill Gates is crucial, as Gates is embroiled in a public fight with freedom of speech champion Elon Musk. Last month, Gates disclosed his $500 million short position in Tesla, leading Musk to label Gates a “b*ner” killer and post a meme depicting Gates as a pregnant man emoji.
Gates is also a vocal supporter of censorship, constantly urging tech companies to do more to prevent “health misinformation” from propagating online.
Musk has threatened to undo Gates’ highly desired censorship regulations, which has enraged Gates-funded NGOs.
Musk recently requested his 94 million Twitter followers to help him find the financing behind the 26 non-governmental organizations that signed an intimidation letter vowing to damage the company’s advertising revenue if Musk modified its censoring policy.
Musk followed up on his appeal by mentioning one particular shady organization, Accountable Tech, and mused, “I wonder who funds them.”
His interest was piqued by a Washington Free Beacon probe into Accountable Tech, which tried to uncover the nonprofit’s financial sponsorship. The Free Beacon went to Accountable Tech’s corporate headquarters in Washington and came to the conclusion that the organization does not “actually exist.”
“Accountable Tech” was, in fact, a “registered trade [name] for the North Fund, a shape-shifting nonprofit group that uses aliases to push an array of left-wing causes from a shell office in Washington, D.C.”
According to the Free Beacon:
However, the trail isn’t quite as cold.
What is understood about New Venture Fund’s dark money financing is that it is sponsored by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to the tune of hundreds of millions of dollars.
According to FFO’s review of disclosure records for the Gates Foundation grantee list, there have been 102 different cash donations to or through New Venture Fund totaling $457 million since 2008.
The $70 million in cash grants discovered by Sludge from the Gates Foundation to New Venture Fund in 2020 is the Gates Foundation’s single greatest one-year donation to any other single recipient since 2014, and its second-largest ever.
This figure could be substantially higher. Influence Watch reports $126 million in 2020, whereas FFO confirms at least $85 million from public data that year. According to FFO, after the 2020 election cycle, Gates funding decreased all the way down to $11 million for 2021.
Given the political nature of the New Venture Fund’s mission, the steep decrease in financing following the 2020 election seems logical. It is the parent organization of the Sixteen Thirty Fund, which has been regarded as one of the largest pro-Democrat dark money nonprofits in America and is another megadonor to anti-Musk signatory Accountable Tech.
That implies Gates’ greatest one-year “charity” deed in more than a decade – while overseeing the world’s largest “philanthropy” network – was a pass-through gift to surrogates for Joe Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign.
So much for eradicating AIDS, world hunger, and disease – the Gates Foundation’s #1 focus appears to be electing Democrats, according to the figures.
Musk just declared that he will vote Republican for the first time in 2022. That, combined with his declared goal to overturn a half-decade of creeping censorship on Twitter, places him squarely in the path of Gates’ philanthropic freight train of hired political proxies. Bill Gates is sponsoring a whole NGO army, with its sights set on Elon Musk.