Posted by Curt on 20 April, 2023 at 9:45 am. 2 comments already!


by Sterling Mosley

On Thursday morning, Twitter Files journalist Paul Thacker released a new investigation into Twitter’s internal memos and emails related to the former head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases Dr. Anthony Fauci.

The investigation reveals that Fauci, during his time leading the Covid-19 pandemic response, repeatedly used a Twitter account to advise Americans despite saying both in public comments and during a deposition that he has never done so.

In December, Fauci took to Fox News to discuss a recent tweet sent by Twitter CEO Elon Musk that said, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”

Fauci told Fox that he had “no clue what [Elon] was talking about” and that he had never used a Twitter account in his life: “A lot of people are spouting out a lot of things about me and Twitter. I’ve never had a Twitter account. I don’t intend on having a Twitter account, and I’ve had nothing to do with Twitter. So I don’t know what they’re talking about when they say that.”

Thacker then reveals that Fauci made multiple similar comments in a deposition, however, those seemed to be untrue given the new evidence uncovered by the journalist.

“But in an internal Twitter report in March 2021, the company revealed ‘Dr. Anthony Fauci did an account takeover for @WHOCOVIDResponse,’” Thacker reveals. “This runs contrary to Fauci’s public statements and sworn deposition given on Nov 23, 2022.”

Fauci was also found to have taken over the same Twitter account in April 2021.

The journalist then went on to point out the various ways in which Twitter partnered with Big Pharma to censor vaccine “misinformation” on the site.

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