‘He owns 270,000 acres!’ Charlie Kirk spells out implications of Bill Gates’ massive land grab

(Video Credit: The Charlie Kirk Show)

Political commentator Charlie Kirk theorized about “what the heck is going on with North Dakota,” and the probable motive behind China and Bill Gates’ vast and growing agricultural land holdings in the United States.

“North Dakota has some of the most amazing patriots on the planet, but why is North Dakota allowing themselves to be taken over by the World Economic Forum and by the Chinese communist party?” the founder of Turning Point USA said on Friday’s podcast of “The Charlie Kirk Show.”

Kirk argued that Bill Gates and the Chinese get away with scooping up farmland across the country because Republicans sit on their laurels and let the left “do whatever they want.”

“We don’t fight back,” he said. “We write letters.”

“The Chinese are buying up farmland all across America,” the 28-year-old conservative activist said. “Do you know that the Chinese own 100 million acres of farmland? Do you know that, that according to sources in Texas, the Chinese own dozens of square miles of farmland, and they don’t allow anyone to come in?”

Last summer, Politico reported on a USDA study that revealed that “Chinese owners controlled about 192,000 agricultural acres in the U.S., worth $1.9 billion.” And despite conservatives’ efforts to put the brakes on the communist nations’ buying spree that many predict will result in America’s dependence on China’s agricultural production, Democrats have hamstrung their attempts.

“So the Chinese Communist Party buying up farmland all across America because they know that our ability to produce food, the bread basket of the world, is one of our strategic advantages. It’s something that many countries — it’s an envy of the world!” he exclaimed.

“So what do we do? Well, it’s the free market. We allow our enemy to come in and buy our farmland. That then very well could result in food shortages, but it’s not just the Chinese,” he predicted.

“Bill Gates wins legal approval to buy huge swath of North Dakota farmland worth $13.5 million dollars,” Kirk said, adding, “Why is Bill Gates buying up all this farmland? Why is North Dakota allowing Bill Gates to own farmland?”

“Shouldn’t they say here, ‘Actually, you’re not welcome here, Bill Gates,'” Kirk asked rhetorically, “Well, largely because the governor of North Dakota [Doug Burgum] is very close with Bill Gates. They worked together in Microsoft. They have homes together in the Yellowstone Club, which is like a ruling class — actually really nice, I’ve been there. Ruling class kind of area in Big Sky, Montana. They’re best buddies!”

“So come on CCP [Chinese Communist Party], come buy up North Dakota. Come on, Bill Gates, come on, buy up North Dakota!” Kirk said. “Gates is the single largest owner of farmland in the United States. Do you know that Bill Gates owns 270,000 acres of farmland? Now why would Bill Gates do that?”

“Because Bill Gates knows that there’s a currency collapse coming and that whoever owns the food supply is gonna be rich. That if the currency collapses, then it’s gonna be about a barter system and restructuring, whatever new currency comes in. Well, if you own farmland, you’re gonna be very rich. He owns 270,000 acres!”

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