Elon Exposes Twitter Channel About Fauci and Other Concerning Questions

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As my colleague Alex Parker reported, Elon Musk made an announcement that wasn’t very long in content but was on many levels so breathtakingly important. He said that the “New Twitter policy is to follow the science, which necessarily includes reasoned questioning of the science.”


He also took on Fauci calling himself the science, explaining that anyone who said that questioning him was questioning science — as Dr. Anthony Fauci did — wasn’t much of a scientist, that questioning itself was part of the scientific method.

That was a huge change from how Twitter had been handling anything that questioned the prevailing COVID narrative, even suspending medical doctors who raised questions that Twitter didn’t like and going after what they declared “misinformation.”

Musk went to town on some of his concerns about Fauci. He cited a Newsweek article about Fauci being untruthful to Congress about Wuhan Lab Research.

He also raised concerns about Fauci’s wife being the head of bioethics at the National Institutes of Health.

In response to Musk’s tweet, Judicial Watch announced that they had filed FOIA requests for emails between Grady and Fauci back in July.

Musk also noted the problem with gain-of-function research and that Fauci restarted it.


Our managing editor Jennifer Van Laar explained that this was restarted without permission.

Yet, despite all these issues about Fauci and the narrative that was being pushed, Twitter was stomping on questioning. Not only were they booting people who questioned, they even had a “Fauci Fan Club” internal Slack channel, according to Musk. No wonder Twitter didn’t like the questioning of Fauci.

Talk about a cult. Fauci’s daughter even worked for Twitter, as we have reported.

Allowing questioning again is an incredibly important movement in the right direction — both in the interests of science and free speech. We’ve gone too far down this road of the government and social media trying to control information.


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