Elon Musk, who has previously criticized Dr. Anthony Fauci, hinted that he intended to publish more documents relating to the infectious disease specialist later this week.
Hope you’re having a fantastic day, January 1, 2023,” Musk wrote in a message on Sunday. It won’t be dull, that much is certain.
Musk received Juanita Broaddrick’s response, “Waiting… for #FauciFiles.”
Later this week, Musk responded.
Last month, Musk worked with a group of journalists to publish the “Twitter Files,” in which the left-leaning Bari Weiss and Matt Taibbi probed Twitter’s internal conversations to learn more about how decisions were made, including whether to remove accounts and restrict information.
The New York Post’s story about Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop reportedly banned at the FBI’s request despite being 100% legitimate, has also been revealed.
They have also shown how the leftist platform censored former President Trump. (The documents, incredulously, show that Twitter received $3.4 million in pay from the FBI for helping to filter “disinformation”).
The most recent disclosure detailed how the censoring of COVID-related content was encouraged by both the Trump and Biden administrations.
Trump urged Twitter to downplay runs on supermarkets and supplies in early 2020 to avoid panic-buying. Biden used it to suppress and censor anyone who disagreed with his mandates and vaccine efficacy policies.
Following the post stating Twitter’s new policy was to “follow the science, which unavoidably includes reasoned questioning of the facts,” Musk claimed last month that Twitter employees had an internal “Fauci Fan Club.”
He had already stated that Fauci had lied to Congress and supported gain-of-function research, which resulted in millions of deaths. Not amazing, in my opinion.
Strangely, on his final day in office, December 30, Fauci agreed in an interview with the New York Times that pictures of himself surround him.
The story’s first line says, “Some of his fans have painted and drawn portraits of Dr. Anthony S. Fauci to decorate the walls in his home office.”
The article continued, “He said that the ‘far right’ had previously attacked him as an ‘egomaniac’ when they were seen on tape.
He claimed that if someone took the bother to send him a portrait of themselves, he would “feel like I’m disrespecting them” if he threw it away.
Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, tweeted “weird” in response to the article, adding, “Maybe he just loves looking at science?
”Fauci once said that an attack on him is an attack on science, which was made fun of by Musk.
Waiting …… for #FauciFiles
— Juanita Broaddrick (@atensnut) January 1, 2023