Bill gates has been one of the leading proponents of the Covid-19 vaccine and regularly gave his unsolicited advice about how the government should respond to the pandemic since it began in 2020.

Beyond pushing the vaccine on people and being a proponent of authoritarian responses to Covid-19, Gates also has been a leading proponent of plant-based diets.  Many people might question why Bill Gates is in a position to give health advice when he is in poor physical shape despite being one of the wealthiest men in the world.  Joe Rogan posed that question in a recent podcast where he said

“By the way, you look like s**t. Because if you’re eating those plant-based burgers or whatever the f**k you’re doing, you are obese,” he continued. “A guy like Bill Gates telling people when he’s got these breasts and this gut. And I’m like, this is crazy, you’re one of the richest guys on earth. You have access to the best nutrients, you could be in phenomenal shape. You’re giving out public health advice, and you are sick.”

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“Joe Rogan challenged the premise that Bill Gates is a trusted spokesperson on health. In a recent episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience,” the podcast giant poked fun of the physique of the Microsoft founder, who has regularly dishes out health advice.

A recent episode of “The Joe Rogan Experience” featured author and registered dietician Diana Rodgers and New York Times bestselling author and former research biochemist Rob Wolf.

During a discussion about how there are movements against red meat. Wolf proposed that there are concerted efforts to consolidate who produces food, and asserted that there were some “folks” who want food production to be operated like “software” – meaning some corporation will own intellectual property on certain manmade foods.

Rogan then pivoted to Gates, who he said is the “largest owner of farmland in the United States.”

According to a 2021 report, Gates was the largest private farmland owner in the United States with an estimated 242,000 acres of farmland, according to analysis by The Land Report.”

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