Twitter #FauciFiles Drops, Revealing Collusion Between Platform and Big Pharma

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by Leslie Eastman at

In late 2022, Twitter’s newly installed CEO Elon Musk tweeted that his pronouns were Prosecute/Fauci.

This led many to believe the #FauciFiles were about to drop on Twitter. After several months and a series of astonishing #TwitterFiles drops, the first detailed thread on the social media manipulations involving White House covid advisor Dr. Anthony Fauci was published.

Paul D. Thacker, a journalist with vast experience in publishing stories on science, medicine, and the environment, was tasked with analyzing the material related to Fauci. Unlike many “reporters” covering science news, Tacker has an actual degree in science (biology) and worked as a laboratory technician.

Thacker began his thread by featuring Fauci’s denials about his participation in Twitter.

In the wake of Musk’s Tweet, Fauci’s denied having a Twitter account.

“So a lot of people are spouting out a lot of things about me and Twitter. I don’t have a Twitter account. I have never had a Twitter account. I don’t intend on having a Twitter account. And I have had nothing to do with Twitter. So I don’t know what they’re talking about when they say that, Neil. I just don’t. I’m puzzled.”

Thacker presents evidence that refutes claims, showing Fauci (or those directed by him) took over White House covid accounts several times.

It turns out Fauci had a “fan club” among Twitter staffers, which certainly fed his ego and allowed him even more sway over the information that was allowed to be shown or promoted on the platform.

Fauci being less than truthful in media appearances is hardly a revelation. Nor is the fact he had a posse of dewy-eyed believers in his “science” among Twitter personnel.

What is more disturbing is the mounting evidence just how tied-to-the hip Twitter was to Big Pharma.

The records Thacker revealed show that Twitter and Johnson & Johnson were coordinating a marketing strategy, using the messaging power of the platform to convince people vaccines were safe and effective.

This strategy included Johnson & Johnson launching a big advertising campaign on Twitter, paired with the platform suspending accounts, throttling information, and labeling as disinformation any material challenging the claims about the safety and efficacy of the vaccines.

The staggering consequences will likely be revealed over a series of many court cases as vaccine injury lawsuits go forward…and more people can share their experiences freely on Twitter 2.0.

Of more than 8,000 people who filed claims with the federal government alleging injuries from COVID-19 vaccines, three have now received cash payouts, new government data shows.

Their combined compensation? Less than $5,000.

One person who had an anaphylactic reaction to the shot received $2,020 from the government’s Countermeasures Injury Compensation Program, or CICP.

Another who got myocarditis – an inflammation of the heart muscle – from the jab received $1,583, while a second myocarditis sufferer got $1,033, according to the data, which was released last week. A third myocarditis patient’s claim was approved but the person was denied compensation due to lack of eligible expenses.

Thacker promises more to come. When it does, I will be there with a blue-checked analysis!


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