Once word went out that Bill and Melinda Gates have decided to get a divorce, it didn’t take long for dirt to begin to air. One of the first things I had heard is that Melinda and Bill had an agreement that Bill got to spend a weekend with his ex-girlfriend once a year at her beach house.
Now there is news coming out that Melinda was extremely uncomfortable with a meeting that took place between her husband and late convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein. Yikes!
Apparently, Melinda started weighing options for a divorce around two years ago, at the time the world’s fourth-richest man was revealed to have met several times with Epstein, the philanthropist and sex offender who allegedly did not kill himself in jail back in 2019.
That meeting allegedly created serious problems between the power couple and may have damaged their relationship.
The two announced their intentions of getting a divorce on social media last week because that’s where everyone goes to deliver bad marital news.
A leftist rag called The Daily Beast did a piece on Thursday, revealing that the Gates couple met with Epstein back in 2013 in New York City. Bill Gates was still the chairman of the company he co-founded, Microsoft.
There were many powerful men who hung out with the sex pervert Epstein, including billionaires Leslie Wexner and Leon Black, politicians Bill Clinton and Bill Richardson, Nobel laureates Murray Gell-Mann and Frank Wilczek, and even a member of the royal family, Prince Andrew, according to the New York Times.
After that meeting, Melinda allegedly told Bill that she was furious that her husband had any kind of relationship with Epstein and that she was very uncomfortable with the meeting. That’s wholly reasonable, given what Epstein was.
“Gates’ friendship with Epstein — who for years was accused of molesting scores of underage girls — still haunts Melinda, according to friends of the couple who spoke to The Daily Beast this week in light of the pair’s divorce announcement, which had been weeks in the making,” the rag reported.
Apparently, Bill met with Epstein several other times, starting in 2011 to get him to donate to a charitable fund. That was three years after Epstein pleaded guilty to soliciting a young girl. Gates also allegedly flew on the Lolita Express, the late pedophile’s private jet, the infamous sex plane, on at least one occasion back in 2013.
In the past, Bill said he never had any business relationships with Epstein who was a billionaire financier, but more importantly, the Microsoft co-founder said he never held any private meetings with Epstein either.
In 2019, Bill said, “I met [Epstein]. I didn’t have any business relationship or friendship with him. I didn’t go to New Mexico or Florida or Palm Beach or any of that. There were people around him who were saying, ‘Hey, if you want to raise money for global health and get more philanthropy, he knows a lot of rich people.’ Every meeting where I was with him were meetings with men. I was never at any parties or anything like that. He never donated any money to anything that I know about.”
Could this story have been leaked now as a way of giving Melinda leverage in the divorce? Who would side with a divorcing husband who met with Epstein and flew on the orgy plane?
Sorry, but just the fact that he met with Jeffrey Epstein is enough to give the heebie-jeebies. Isn’t it alleged that passengers on Epstein’s private jet were heading to what became known as Pedophile Island? What was Gates thinking? He put his entire reputation at risk and for what, a donation to a charity?
Apparently, the go-between for Gates and Epstein was a former adviser to Gates, Harvard medical school graduate Boris Nikolic, according to the Beast, who was “mysteriously named a backup executor in Epstein’s last will and testament.”
Keep in mind, you have to take everything the Beast says with a grain of salt. To this day they still conflate being against illegal immigration with being anti-immigration, and they label people who support immigration laws as hatemongers and white supremacists with zero evidence of either.