Founder and chairman of major American tech firm calls COVID-19 a “deadly Jewish plot”

David Bateman, founder and chairman of Entrata, a major property management software firm called COVID-19 a “deadly Jewish plot” against American people.

The tech boss told in an email sent to Utah’s tech leaders and major political figures, including Utah governor Spencer Cox, that the COVID-19 epidemic was a deadly Jewish plot, reports The Jerusalem Post.

“I believe there is a sadistic effort underway to euthanize the American people,” David Bateman said in the email, which was subject-lined “Genocide”. He suggested that the coronavirus and the vaccines are the work of Jewish people, because both attack the reproductive system of women, as well as harming natural immunity.

“For 300 years, the Jews have been trying to infiltrate the Catholic Church and place a Jew covertly at the top,” Bateman wrote. “It happened in 2013 with Pope Francis. I believe the pandemic and systematic extermination of billions of people will lead to an effort to consolidate all the countries in the world under a single flag with totalitarian rule. I know, it sounds bonkers. No one is reporting on it, but the Hasidic Jews in the US instituted a law for their people that they are not to be vaccinated for any reason.”

Some of the recipients of the email and members of the Utah tech world and political sector were appalled by Bateman’s remarks. Executive director of Utah Tech Leads claimed that voicing such opinions is very disturbing, as well as the rise in antisemitism in Utah due to the pandemic.

Bateman messaged Fox 13 that “some of my closest friends are Jews,” but also added that he believes that the Scottish Rite of Freemasonry (whose members are overwhelmingly Jewish), voicing that he fears that “billions of people around the globe right now are being exterminated.”

A few hours later, Batemen resigned from his post as chairmen, yet he remained Entrata’s largest stakeholder. The firm’s CEO, Adam Edmunds, issued a statement, condemning Bateman’s antisemitic conspiracy theories. “To be absolutely clear, we at Entrata firmly condemn antisemitism in any and all forms. For those who have seen and been offended or disturbed by the content of Dave’s email, we understand and share your disappointment.”


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