A recent poll found that more than 28 percent of Americans believe that Bill Gates intended to use the coronavirus vaccine to inject microchips into people for surveillance purposes.
The poll also found that 44 percent of Republicans believed the conspiracy. While 19 percent of Democrats agreed that it was possible. Most Democrats (52 percent) identified the theory as untrue.
Powered by Yahoo News and YouGov, more than 1,640 Americans were questioned about this possibility in the last week of May.
Since the race to develop the vaccine amped-up, conspiracy theories have hit social media. Many believe that this microchip will be used to track people. To eradicate 15 percent of the global population.
However, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation did not specifically include microchips. Have not researched or endorsed any vaccine-driven coronavirus virus.
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The Foundation provided funding for a study at the onset of the epidemic. But it was to develop only a recognizable type of identity by a smartphone. Gates is also working on the concept of a “digital identity”. Which will only store people’s medical records and personal documents on the cloud with access to the owner. Conspiracy theories combined these two unrelated projects to suggest that large-scale human microchipping may be unavoidable.
Source – Google