The innovative CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, Elon Musk, has taken things up a notch in the ongoing saga of his new acquisition of Twitter, slamming Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday in a simple, single-sentence tweet: “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci[.]”
Musk’s comments come just after the fourth anticipated “Twitter Files” information drop over the weekend, which revealed more evidence of serious censorship and suppression on the Big Tech platform.
He later commented on his original tweet with the remark, “Truth resonates …”
Fauci, who was the Chief medical advisor in the White House, recently retired in November 2022. Via RSBN, the embattled director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) gave a parting message to Americans during his final White House briefing, encouraging them to “get your updated Covid-19 shot as soon as you’re eligible, to protect yourself, your family and your community.”
Fauci has come under serious fire for his input in the White House, as allegations have swirled about his involvement in the origination of the Covid virus. According to Just the News, Fauci funded gain of function research at the Wuhan Institute of Virology for years via documents from the conservative watchdog organization Judicial Watch.
The outlet revealed that the NIAID collaborated with the Wuhan Institute to study the coronavirus years before the global pandemic arose. Disturbingly, reports also surfaced in 2021 that Fauci’s NIAID had funded lab experiments that tortured and killed beagle puppies at the University of Georgia.
“According to a U.S. spending report, Fauci paid the University of Georgia last September  to introduce biting flies that carried harmful parasites to infect 28 healthy beagles. As part of the research, the beagles were nearly eaten alive by infected flies after being given an experimental treatment against the flies. At the end of the three month experiment, the dogs were killed, according to the report.”
Fauci’s retirement in November sparked rumors that the controversial medical advisor was stepping out of the White House because of impending threats of congressional investigations at the behest of the soon-to-be Republican-controlled House of Representatives in January.
In August, Fauci said that a concern of being investigated “didn’t even come in as a minor consideration” in terms of the timing of his retirement, according to Fox News.