New Drop Reveals Fauci Likely Lied About Twitter Use

It appears the disgraced former director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), Anthony Fauci, has potentially been caught lying once again after a new drop on Twitter revealed that Fauci appears to have gone on Twitter quite a bit despite previous claims that he was clueless about the platform and never used it.

According to various outlets, including BizPac Review, Headline USA, and DC Enquirer, this is the latest drop in Elon Musk’s “Twitter Files” reporting series.

When Fauci was previously asked about Musk’s teased “Fauci Files” iteration of the Twitter Files, he emphatically told Fox News host Neil Cavuto that a “lot of people are spouting out a lot of things about him and Twitter,” adding, “‘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… I just don’t, I’m puzzled.”

As American journalist Paul D. Thacker pointed out, Fauci said similar things in a 7-hour deposition during which he claimed he could not access a Twitter post if he tried.

As for the most recent bombshell — Thatcher put up a section of an internal White House file revealing that Fauci was responsible for running the Twitter account used for the White House COVID-19 response.

In an excellent display of investigative journalism, Thacker also posted a screenshot allegedly showing an April 2021 tweet by the White House Covid-19 response account stating that Fauci will be assuming control of the account.

He additionally shared an email from former Twitter affiliate Angela Sherrer, who lauded Fauci as “the leading trusted voice about the COVID-19 response in the United States.” According to Thacker, Sherrer left the platform after it became apparent that Musk would be its next owner.

This news comes after the former director of national intelligence John Ratcliffe essentially affirmed this week that Fauci had lied under oath during a congressional testimony where he told Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) that the National Institutes of Health is not funding gain-of-function research.

Another large revelation from Thacker surrounds Twitter’s collaboration with large pharmaceutical companies, with his report finding that Twitter collaborated with Johnson & Johnson to form a COVID-19 inoculation “marketing strategy.”

Thacker promised that there is “More to come!” Once that hopefully occurs, we will be here to cover it.