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‘Fauci Fan Club’ was Huge Favorite w/ Twitter Leftists

'Cringe... '

(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Confirming even more rank bias among Big Tech leftists, Elon Musk on Wednesday said that previous Twitter employees had formed an “unironically”-named internal group chat in their Slack channel called “Fauci Fan Club,” where they would praise Anthony Fauci.

The director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the chief medical advisor to the president has been criticized by people for his dishonesty and corruption when it comes to COVID-19. Because of Fauci, people faced tyranny from the government in form of forced social distancing, medical practices, inoculations and many other things.

Former Twitter employees loved the man with devotion bordering on zealotry, according to the Post Millennial.

Marc Andreessen, a software engineer, posted a screenshot of an artificial intelligence engine’s response to the “Has Fauci ever lied?” question. ChatGTP, the AI, said that “it is not accurate or fair to say” that the “highly respected scientist” ever lied.

Musk responded multiple times to Andreessen’s post. In one of his replies, he included a link to the documentation of Fauci lying and revealed that the Slack channel was a praise group for Fauci.

“Despite these glaring issues, Twitter nonetheless had an internal Slack channel unironically called ‘Fauci Fan Club,'” Musk tweeted.

Some people pointed out that aside from the fact that this group chat existed on the platform, Fauci’s daughter was also employed at Twitter. Musk noted another family tie.

Musk also criticized Fauci for his role in gain-of-function work.

“‘Gain-of-function’ should be called ‘bioweapon’ research, as the function referred to is death!” Musk wrote.

The Twitter CEO also brought up the last year’s Yahoo News article that showed how Fauci wrote one paper a decade ago, in which he argued that the benefits of gain-of-function research outweighed the potential pandemic risk.

The controversial research genetically alters an organism — like a virus — to gain an increased understanding of its function. This work has been taking place at the infamous Wuhan Institute of Virology in China.

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