Animosity soared to new heights at the start of Day 2 of Bill Gates’ military tribunal, with his lawyer, the dishonorable David Baluarte, accusing the Judge Advocate General’s Corps of “steamrolling” his client on patently false charges. Baluarte challenged the tribunal’s assertion that Gates had had sex with male and female minors, claiming such allegations were impossible because Gates has been impotent since 1999.
“Even if that were true, and we can prove it isn’t,” Vice Adm. John G. Hannink countered, “we still have irrefutable evidence, including his ex-wife’s testimony, that he trafficked in children.”
Vice Adm. Hannink admonished Baluarte and Gates for wasting the court’s time with claims that Gates had contracted Covid-19 while detained at GITMO; Covid-19 PCR and antibody tests proved Gates had not fallen victim to the virus. Gates also claimed he had not received a Covid-19 vaccination, an assertion proved correct by serology tests. The day’s events, however, did not focus on Gates’ ties to the vaccine industry. Instead, the Office of Military Commissions continued pressing the child trafficking charges.
While Gates sat meekly and quietly—heeding his lawyer’s advice—Vice Adm. Hannink introduced the prosecution’s first witness of the day, a man who identified himself as Steven Sharpe, a self-described “fixer” whom Gates had paid millions of dollars to “tidy up” unfortunate incidents. This real-life Ray Donovan refuted Gates’ claims of impotence. Appearing on video via ZOOM, he told the tribunal that he had seen Gates take erectile dysfunction medication and Adrenochrome infusions to counteract ED.
“You personally saw this?” Vice Adm. Hannink asked Sharpe.
“On several occasions. Bill wasn’t going out and getting this stuff himself, and one of my responsibilities, for lack of a better word, was to get it for him. Two times I set up the infusion myself. And I can say this: If he was impotent beforehand, he wasn’t after. I know for an absolute fact Bill had sex with underage boys and girls in that dungeon of his at the Wyoming ranch,” Sharpe said.
Gates, shackled at the wrists, sprung from his seat and shouted, “I’ve never seen this man before in my entire life. This is a miscarriage of justice.”
“Control your client, Mr. Baluarte,” Vice Adm. Hannink said.
Steven Sharpe showed the tribunal several photographs of him and Bill Gates lounging at the Wyoming ranch. One image was of Gates lying on a gurney while Sharpe, looming overhead, administered an intravenous drip into Gates’ left arm. Sharpe insisted the photograph was of Gates receiving an Adrenochrome infusion. Moreover, Sharpe presented images of Gates surrounded by what appeared to be underage females.
“They were all drugged and had no idea where they were or what they were doing,” Sharpe said. “And I did much for him. I am also a cyber security specialist, and I helped his people with an algorithm that scrubbed clean negative press of Bill on the internet. I’m not talking about the conspiratorial shit; I’m talking about actual photographs and videos that put Bill in a bad light. As soon as anything like that hit the internet, it was immediately expunged. Bill didn’t care about the vaccine accusations because most of America believes that’s bullshit, even though it’s 100% true. My job was to preserve his public image, at all costs, and I did a damn excellent job of it. That’s why pics of him and Epstein or of him and his mistress didn’t even show up on the internet until after the military stormed his ranch, found the server running the algorithm and shut it down,” Sharpe said.
Sharpe went on to recount an incident where an overaggressive Gates, fresh off an Adrenochrome infusion, beat and murdered a 13-year-old girl he had imported into the U.S. from Thailand. Sharpe said he had “purified” several similar occurrences in the years he’d been working under Gates.
“And do you have personal knowledge that Gates trafficked in children?” Vice Adm. Hannink asked.
“I do. In fact, I was present two times when shipping containers arrived at the Port of New York and New Jersey. Each container had a dozen or more boys and girls. There were no manifests to sign. Bill made sure of that. He paid a lot of money to keep this all under the table and quiet,” Sharpe said.
Furthermore, he produced paystubs to prove his and Gates’ relationship. Two bore Gates’ signature, while the others had a “Microsoft Corporation” stamp. Each of the ten stubs was paid to Steven Sharpe for $365,000.
Vice Adm. Hannink dismissed the witness and recalled Gates’ ex-wife, Melinda Anne French, to the stand, also via ZOOM.
“Miss French, you were privy to the last witnesses’ testimony. I have only a few questions to ask of you. Did you ever witness Steven Sharpe in the presence of the accused?” Vice Adm. Hannink asked.
“I did,” she replied. “And he did for Bill what he said he did,” Melinda said.
“And you have no reason to lie to this court?”
“My life of lies is over,” Melinda said. “I’m just happy to be finally free of that sociopath and his machinations.”
Vice Adm. Hannink then put the tribunal in recess until Wednesday morning, saying he’d start the day by focusing on Gates’ cozy relationship to Big Pharma.