Twitter CEO Elon Musk teased that an upcoming drop of the “Twitter Files” could feature revelations concerning Dr. Anthony Fauci. There have been several bombshell installments of the social media platform’s internal documents released by the billionaire.
Juanita Broaddrick, who accused former President Bill Clinton of assault, responded to Musk’s New Year’s tweet wishing a happy day for everyone and promising 2023 will not be “boring.” She posted that she is “Waiting…for #FauciFiles.”
Musk responded, “Later this week.”
This brief answer seemed to indicate that the next batch of files to see the light of day may focus on the now-former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
There have already been a series of revealing disclosures concerning COVID-19, including the secret blacklisting of Dr. Jay Bhattacharya. The former Stanford University professor criticized pandemic lockdowns as harmful to children.
Dr. Fauci announced his pending retirement last year as it became apparent that the balance of power in Washington was headed toward a shift. Though Republicans underperformed in the midterm elections, they still managed to gain control of the House of Representatives.
BREAKING: Elon Musk announces that the Fauci Files will be released later this week.
Starting the 2023 year off right!
— Collin Rugg (@CollinRugg) January 1, 2023
This, in turn, led to multiple pledges of investigations into Fauci’s role in not only the administration’s reaction to COVID-19 but also the origins of the pandemic itself.
The Twitter Files are a series of releases of internal company communications by Musk that have shed light on multiple controversies involving the social media platform. The CEO has utilized various journalists to organize and summarize the findings.
They have spotlighted events from the FBI’s involvement in suppressing the 2020 Hunter Biden laptop story to the platform’s banning of former President Donald Trump.
Lately, Musk’s attention appears to be on Dr. Fauci.
In the last week of December, he declared that Twitter staffers had a “Fauci Fan Club.” He further explained that the company’s new protocol was “to follow the science, which necessarily includes reasoned questioning of the science.”
In one December tweet, Musk joked that his pronouns are “Prosecute/Fauci.”
Though White House supporters may disagree, the release of Twitter Files related to Fauci will be welcomed by all who believe the truth of the pandemic is still to be determined. After these revelations hopefully will come accountability.