At just two minutes before 6 AM Eastern Time on Sunday morning, Elon Musk, whose exposure to Twitter’s internal communications has lifted the curtain on censorship of conservatives, Musk is taking aim at a new target: Dr. Anthony Fauci. An hour after another tweet warning that things were about to “get spicy.” Musk posted a short tweet: “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.” Driving the left and their media allies ’go nuts.
My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 11, 2022
A majority of the Twitter revelations to date have centered on Twitter’s choice to suppress the explosive Hunter Biden laptop story just days before the 2020 presidential election and its decision to ban former President Donald Trump from the platform. These revelations were made in four tweet threads by journalists Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss as well as author Michael Shellenberger.
Fauci, the government virologist who set COVID policies, including school lockdowns, economic shutdowns, and mask and vaccine mandates, under two administrations, will soon be the subject of damning information that might soon be revealed, as Musk’s latest tweets suggested.
A growing number of detractors, however, accuse the 80-year-old director of the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, who also serves as President Joe Biden’s chief medical adviser, of obstructing an investigation into the possibility that COVID leaked from a Chinese laboratory, where his office had funded research on a dangerous bat virus and given overzealous advice to close schools and businesses during the pandemic.
Although, in the past three years, Fauci’s supporters have given him deity-like status, using yard signs that read “In Fauci We Trust” and votive candles with his likeness.
Despite that Republicans in the House and Senate have threatened to look into Fauci’s possible involvement in the pandemic, which has so far claimed more than six million lives worldwide, he is set to retire at some point this month.
On the platform, critics who brought up the lab-leak theory decried the effect that closing schools would have on children, or cast doubt on the planned shutdown of significant portions of the economy were silenced. The social media site habitually silenced users who disagreed with the Fauci-led federal position on COVID, prior to Musk’s $44 billion acquisition of Twitter in October.
The respected Stanford University professor Dr. Jay Battacharya, who was an early critic of Fauci, was secretly blacklisted by Twitter content police, according to Weiss’s Twitter Files disclosure from last week. The horrifying medical academic told Fox News that such decisions had a terrible effect on society after discovering proof that he had been silenced.
“We needed to have a discussion, an open scientific discussion about the right policies for COVID. Imagine how different all the small businesses who stayed open, all the people that wouldn’t have missed their cancer screenings, all the kids that wouldn’t be depressed and suicidal, all the learning loss that could have been avoided if we just had an open scientific discussion,” Bhattacharya told Fox News’s Laura Ingraham.
“This was not a free and fair kind of discussion. It was censorship that I think led to the tremendously bad policies we’ve had over COVID and the failures that we’ve seen over the last three years,” he added.
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