Twitter CEO Elon Musk is having a field day with his new job. He’s ditching high-ranking executives and unloading boatloads of information that paints the social media giant in a very bad light.
Musk isn’t afraid to go after D.C. head honchos, either. In fact, one of his more incendiary tweets over the weekend got a ton of attention.
It probably didn’t go over too well with the White House, either.
The Twitter Files have erupted around the internet in the past few weeks, and they’ve revealed precisely what Republicans and right-wing citizens have been saying for years:
The bottom line is that the so-called free speech platform tamped down conservative views. They also worked to put a stop to stories that could hurt the Biden administration, like the Hunter Biden laptop.
There’s even the revelation that Twitter employees intentionally decreased the visibility of high-profile conservative accounts.
Now, though, Musk has a new target outside the company — and it’s controversial top doc Anthony Fauci:
In a follow-up tweet, Musk hinted that the situation regarding Fauci was about to “get spicy.”
This might imply that another installment of the “Twitter Files” is coming, and it could involve Fauci, the COVID pandemic, and the many questionable policies implemented by lawmakers.
Fauci has come under increasing fire in 2022, as many accuse him of blocking investigation into the possibility that COVID was leaked from a Chinese lab.
On top of that, sources are starting to publish various reports that question the efficacy of the vaccine and booster shots — and the side effects that many claim absolutely exist, and are quite serious.
Before Musk took over in October, Twitter clamped down hard on any post that questioned Dr. Fauci or the “government approved” message regarding the pandemic.
Even if people provided evidence regarding the detrimental effect of school lockdowns on children, for example, they claim they were “shadow banned” or even just outright barred from the platform.
And many legitimate doctors and scientists are starting to question now, too.
As Stanford University professor Dr. Jay Battacharya told Fox News’ Laura Ingraham:
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.
Dr. Battacharya added that it wasn’t a “free and fair” discussion and that it was “censorship that led to tremendously bad policies.”
The past three years are littered with bad decisions and bad policies concerning the pandemic, according to many Republican leaders and experts who have always doubted the mainstream “vax solution.”
So, it’ll be interesting to see what Musk has up his sleeve.
- Elon Musk tweeted that his pronouns are “Prosecute/Fauci.”
- Many believe he’s going to release information that might be bad news for Fauci and the Biden administration.
- More lawmakers and medical experts are questioning the pandemic policies and messages of the past 3 years.
Source: The Daily Wire