After acquiring the social media behemoth Twitter, Elon Musk immediately set about correcting the regulations that the previous owners had enacted regarding freedom of expression, banning content, and work ethic. As Musk sought to restore order to the corporation, he began leaking internal Twitter correspondence revealing the company’s ties with the Democratic Party and the Biden family.
Musk’s discoveries demonstrate that the shadowbanning of conservative speakers and the disabling of accounts that consistently discussed topics Twitter did not want discussed were purposeful and biased. Now that Musk has published information pertaining to the 2020 presidential race, he is focusing on another extremely contentious era of the past few years: the epidemic.
Almost every day, new information surrounding the COVID-19 epidemic and efforts implemented, such as masks and vaccines, reveals that the public was not informed the truth at the time. In the case of masks, those who advocated for mandates have admitted that masks are ineffective, and in the case of vaccines, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has asked the Florida Supreme Court to investigate instances of health problems in otherwise healthy individuals, such as the young, who received the vaccine. Regarding a product, it is prohibited in Florida to lie or intentionally mislead the public. The Florida Supreme Court has decided to spearhead the probe, despite the pharma makers’ questionable claim that they are not liable for the vaccine’s negative effects.
Now Musk is using Twitter to communicate with Dr. Anthony Fauci, who has ironically decided to resign from his role as a government advisor just as the Republican-led House convenes for its 2023 session.
Musk jokingly stated in early December that “Branch Covidians are upset” in reference to an upcoming episode of “Twitter Files” that will focus on the suppression of true information about Covid-19, which was released a few weeks later. Musk was alluding to the “Branch Davidians,” a cult whose leader David Koresh was followed to his death.
He also sent social media users into a frenzy when he targeted Fauci and tweeted, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”
The billionaire said “yes” when asked if the tweet will be further detailed in a subsequent Twitter Files release.
He would further explain Fauci’s position and accountability in the Covid-19 epidemic by tweeting, “As for Fauci, he lied to Congress and funded gain-of-function research that killed millions of people. Not awesome imo.”
Also, there was this exchange:
Let me guess,
You found messages between Twitter execs and our govt. (Fauci and team) pushing for censorship of anyone that didn’t go along with their narrative on Covid?
— Hodgetwins (@hodgetwins) December 11, 2022
Musk revealed on December 28 that his wife is the NIH’s chief of bioethics, who is responsible for ensuring that Fauci conducts ethically. He also revealed that Twitter has an internal Slack channel titled “Fauci Fan Club” without irony.
On the same day, he announced, “New Twitter policy is to follow the science, which necessarily includes reasoned questioning of the science.”
This declaration prompted this conversation between professor and novelist Gad Saad, in which he expressed his opinions on Fauci once more.
The science is anything that His Eminence Lord Fauci says it is. His Excellency is science.https://t.co/02fqpOSsbo
— Gad Saad (@GadSaad) December 28, 2022
As we reach the year 2023, Musk continues to provide files. Then, he teased a “Twitter Files” release based on Dr. Anthony Fauci, who just resigned as head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, as a means of keeping his pledge that the year will not be dull.
“Hope you’re having a great day 1 2023! One thing’s for sure, it won’t be boring,” Musk tweeted.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
When Juanita Broaddrick, the woman who accused Bill Clinton of raping her when he was governor of Arkansas, responded to say she was waiting on the Fauci files, Musk replied, “Later this week.” CONTINUE READING…