“Fau Chi and the Woohoo Han lab have almost killed as many people as Hitler; and they are just getting started,” he wrote in October, referring to President Biden’s chief medical adviser, Anthony Fauci.
He protested against the Federal Reserve’s interest rate policy in November, attaching the text with an image of a member of the Rothschild family – a frequent subject of counter-conspiracy theories – and stated that the antiviral drug for COVID-19, Remdesivir, is owned by George Soros, a billionaire Jewish philanthropist.
Some of Batemen’s more provocative comments contained intentional typos, perhaps to evade Facebook moderators, who had previously dismissed some of his anti-vaccination rhetoric.
Bateman, 43, is the co-founder of Entrata, an asset management software company lift up $507 million in July with a possible valuation higher than $1 billion. At the time, he was the majority owner of the company, according to Forbes.
He took over as chief executive last summer, choosing to direct Entrata as president. As a result of this week’s outburst, he’s also stepping down from that role, at the behest of the company’s board of directors.
Bateman’s infamous email began in poor judgment, with the subject line “Genocide”. Things only got worse from there.
“Don’t get sick and don’t get vaccinated… I believe that the pandemic and the systematic destruction of billions of people will lead to an attempt to unite all the countries of the world under a single banner with dictatorship. ,” he wrote.
Bateman added: “I believe the Jews are behind this. For 300 years, Jews have been trying to infiltrate the Catholic Church and put a Jew secretly first.”
Entrata CEO Adam Edmunds denounced the email in a statement posted on his Twitter account, writing that he and the company “condemn anti-Semitism in all its forms.”
Bateman could not be reached immediately for comment. He admitted to the local store Fox 13 that he wrote the email but refused to hold his anti-Semitic beliefs. “I have nothing but love for the Jewish people,” he said. “Some of my best friends are Jewish.”
Bateman’s Facebook page is filled with hundreds of powerful statements on topics ranging from hallucinations to circumcision to certain practices of the Mormon Church (he attended Brigham Young University and worked as a missionary in Honduras in the late 1990s).
Some articles have leaned towards conspiracy. “Last night locked up some deworming horses in Mexico. Tonight will be lit,” he wrote in October, holding a crumpled box of Ivermectin, an antiparasitic drug used in humans and animals that many anti-vaccination activists have used. fake champion as a treatment for COVID.
Bateman also alleges that Google’s “censorship” is “spooky” as the search engine’s top result for “killed officers in 2020” [Black Lives Matter] riots” is a proof-of-concept article on violence at protests.
He had previously linked to an article that made suspicious implications of “a list of Clinton associates who have mysteriously died”. Bateman also describes himself as a provocateur on Twitter; His account has been suspended.
A resident of Puerto Rico, Bateman’s odd behavior made him a “sweetheart” in the Utah tech community even before this week, Forbes report.
His controversial history spans several years. He Accused When he made “sexist” comments at a conference in 2019 and a year earlier, he caused a stir after alleging that a Wyoming senator had tried to blackmail him with by offering a female employee $1 million to level “false sexual harassment allegations” against him.
The police dropped the allegation and confirm that no crime was committed.
Bateman seems to consider himself a libertarian rather than a conspirator. “Anything from the media will constantly divide us. We have to turn it off and turn it off somehow. Or listen to it to understand how they are trying to manipulate us,” he wrote in November.
“God save our country. And if it doesn’t, let it crumble gently and be rebuilt by brilliant people willing to design a better system without their personal interests. “
https://www.thedailybeast.com/tech-exec-dave-bateman-spewed-toxic-garbage-long-before-antisemitic-email?source=articles&via=rss Enforcement technician Dave Bateman littered maliciously long before antiserum email arrived