What is Fauci hiding in his emails? Was he talking to tech companies about his critics? Did he ask Facebook to target those who weren’t toeing his line regarding vaccines? Did he ask Twitter to call lab leak theories misinformation? Was the Biden White House pressuring too?
That’s the question a judge recently wondered concerning a lawsuit involving Trump and Biden’s COVID advisor. Bloomberg reported in May that “The attorneys general of Louisiana and Missouri sued President Joe Biden on Thursday, alleging the federal government worked with Meta, Twitter, and YouTube to censor free speech.
Biden, his press secretary, White House medical adviser Anthony Fauci, and other federal officials’ colluded with social media companies’ to remove from their platforms ‘truthful information’ about the efficacy of masks against Covid-19, a theory about the origins of the pandemic in a Chinese lab, and election security, Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt (R) said in a statement.”
Although a judge has demanded that he do so, Fauci and the White House have been unwilling to reveal his correspondence to tech companies in which he allegedly called for the censorship of those who disagreed with his recommendations.