020 Rockefeller Foundation Paper Urges Testing & Tracing All Americans As Operation Coronavirus has unfolded, Bill Gates and the Rockefeller Foundation have been exposed as key orchestrators of the crisis. The Rockefeller Foundation is laying out their explicit scheme of surveillance and tyranny for all to see. There is time to stop this nefarious agenda if people awaken and unite.
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