Bill Gates Pushes Biden To Spend BILLIONS More On Climate Change, And Taxpayers Will Foot The Bill

Billionaire Bill Gates may have been one of former President Donald J. Trump’s biggest critics, but he is completely on board with Joe Biden’s radical environmental policies.

The Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist praised Biden’s efforts to destroy the domestic fossil fuels industry in order to replace it with alternatives under the guise of an eco-friendly “sustainability” during an appearance on “60 Minutes” on Sunday.

During his chat with CNN’s Anderson Cooper, Gates touted what he calls a “zero carbon future” that over text 30 years will require a “global cooperation on a scale the world has never seen”. This is music to the ears of those who are rushing to dismantle Trump’s America first agenda.

The Biden regime’s commitment to tearing down America in order to “build back better” has already resulted in the loss of tens of thousands of jobs due to the cancelation of the Keystone XL pipeline, bans on oil and gas drilling leases, and the possible termination of the Dakota Access Pipeline.

Gates has been on a Fauci-like media blitz to promote his new book How To Avoid A Climate Disaster and clearly plans to exercise great influence on Biden and his climate change crusaders.

He is now calling Biden to increase climate climate change research to a staggering $35 billion a year. The worst part? We The People would be footing the bill.

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“In a new book “How to Avoid a Climate Disaster.” Gates outlines all the solutions he believes we need.

He says the U.S. has to lead the world getting to zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. He supports President Biden’s decision to rejoin the Paris Climate Agreement, but is asking the administration to massively increase the budget for climate and clean energy research to $35 billion a year.

Anderson Cooper: You’ve said that governments need to do the hard stuff, but not just go after the low-hanging fruit. What– what’s low-hanging fruit?

Bill Gates: Passenger cars, part of the electric generation with renewables. The things everybody knows about, that’s getting almost all the money, not the hard parts, which is the industrial piece including the steel and cement. Those pieces we’ve hardly started to work on.

No one thinks much about cement and steel, but making it accounts for 16% of all carbon dioxide emissions. And the demand is only growing. The world will add an estimated two and a half trillion square feet of buildings by 2060 — that’s the equivalent of putting up another New York City every month for the next 40 years.”

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Gates also rolled out some of his big ideas, one of them designed to end the planetary menace of flatulent cows by convincing people to eat foods created out of fungus. (yes, really)

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“Because cows account for around 4% of all greenhouse gases, Gates has invested in two companies making plant based meat substitutes, impossible foods and beyond meat. But farming the vegetables used to make many meat alternatives emits gases as well, so Gates is also backing a company that’s created an entirely new food source.

“This company, Nature’s Fynd, is using fungis. And then they turn them into sausage and yogurt. Pretty amazing,” Gates said.

Some of Gates’ other ideas that didn’t make it into “60 Minutes” include his miraculous machine that turns human waste into drinking water.

Who will end up paying for Gates’ proposals?

The American taxpayer, who is already being shaken down to underwrite Biden’s far-left agenda.

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