Image Rehab

I get the feeling Bill Gates is running interference for a lot of Epstein associates right now. Here he is, the most wholesome and low-T nerd in the world. If a family man like Gates could get sucked into Jeffrey Epstein’s orbit, surely it’s plausible that all those other folks might have been hoodwinked as well?

Here are some book excerpts from way back when:

But [Bill Gates] didn’t have to worry about the feds. Neukom — with the help of Gates’ father — had gotten him out of quite a bit of hot water over the years. They’d take care of him. Neukom and Ballmer, one of his closest friends, knew about his “thing” for women.

The Microsoft File: The Secret Case Against Bill Gates, by Wendy Goldman Rohm, 1998.

Though Gates began dating [Melinda] French in 1988, he continued to play the field for awhile, especially when he was out of town on business, when he would frequently hit on female journalists who covered Microsoft and the company industry. His womanizing was well known, although not reported, because Gates and Microsoft spoon-fed stories to industry writers for such papers as the New York Times, and none of them wanted the flow of information to stop.

They also didn’t report on the wild bachelor parties that Microsoft’s boyish chairman would throw in his Seattle home, for which Gates would visit one of Seattle’s all-nude nightclubs and hire dancers to come to his home and swim naked with his friends in his indoor pool.

Overdrive: Bill Gates and the Race to Control Cyberspace, by James Wallace, 1997.

2 thoughts on “Image Rehab

  1. Image rehab is all he has done for years. He was completely immoral if not criminal for years. He lied and cheated in business so one can only imagine what his personal life was like. There is no such thing as “business ethics” only “ethics” and he had none, and nothing has changed. Don’t even get me started with Larry Ellison.

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