Anthony Fauci was a major influence in the federal government’s response to COVID-19.
His pandemic response plan quickly made him one of the most disliked bureaucrats in U.S. history.
Now Fauci has found himself in very hot water after new evidence suggests he lied under oath.
Many suspected government-social media censorship early on but Fauci said he was “dissociated”
During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, many Americans were suspicious of social media censors that were taking down posts and adding so-called “context” any time any user questioned the ruling class elites’ narrative.
But after Elon Musk purchased Twitter, their worst fears were confirmed.
In 2022, Dr. Anthony Fauci was deposed as part of a lawsuit filed by the state of Missouri that alleged the federal government was colluding with Big Tech companies to suppress online speech that questioned or contradicted the so-called “mainstream” narrative.
During that testimony, Fauci claimed under oath that he was “dissociated from social media,” and that he had “never gotten involved in any of that.”
He also claimed that he “wouldn’t know how to access a tweet” if someone paid him to do so.
The implication he was trying to make was that he didn’t have any involvement in government-operated social media programs.
Musk made his aim clear in 2022 by tweeting “Prosecute/Fauci”
In December 2022, Musk shocked the world by releasing the Twitter Files that exposed the incestuous relationship between Big Government and Big Tech.
The evidence brought to light all the ways that federal agencies were interacting with Big Tech companies, and the immense power they held.
Shortly after the initial batch of Twitter Files were released, Musk went on to tease a major possible announcement.
“My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci,” Musk tweeted to his more than 130 million followers.
Many prominent users began to question what it was that Musk’s veiled tweet was indicating.
My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 11, 2022
Now, nearly five months after that infamous tweet, the evidence is finally starting to come out.
New evidence brought to light by journalist Paul Thacker shows that Dr. Fauci really was involved in the government’s social media censorship all along.
Things are starting to look bad for Dr. Fauci, and investigations have only scratched the surface.
Former Senate Investigator reveals shocking evidence about Fauci’s involvement
Thacker, who is a former U.S. Senate Investigator turned Substack journalist, has obtained evidence from Twitter that indicates Fauci was involved in the U.S. government’s online censorship during COVID.
The internal report from Twitter explicitly says that “Dr. Anthony Fauci did an account takeover for @WHCOVIDResponse.”
4) But in an internal Twitter report in March 2021, the company revealed "Dr. Anthony Fauci did an account takeover for @WHOCOVIDResponse."
This runs contrary to Fauci's public statements and sworn deposition given on Nov 23, 2022. pic.twitter.com/SbeKnNOJRx
— Paul D. Thacker (@thackerpd) April 20, 2023
The general idea of an “account takeover” is that the person or entity is taking control of the account to post content to the followers from their perspective.
The date of the Twitter entry was February 2021, and was supposedly intended for Fauci to “answer questions for the public.”
That means that when Fauci testified in 2022 that he was “dissociated from social media,” he was likely lying under sworn testimony in a federal court.
Dr. Fauci has yet to comment on the latest revelation, while the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases – the agency he ran from 1984 through the end of 2022 – hasn’t responded to inquiries.
One Harvard University professor of medicine said that Anthony Fauci was “involved even if he doesn’t write the tweets,” adding that the latest evidence is “explosive, and it seems he lied under oath.”
US Political Daily will keep you updated on any developments to this ongoing story.