Fauci responds to potential Twitter data leak by Musk — RT World News
Former White House medical adviser says he’s not worried if his “record” is revealed
Former White House medical adviser Anthony Fauci dismissed criticism from Twitter owner Elon Musk as disinformation and conspiracy theories. His comments come after Musk hinted that documents related to Fauci could be released soon.
On January 1, Musk replied to a tweet that read “Waiting… Fauci Records” by answering “This weekend.Last month, the billionaire tweeted “My pronoun is Prosecute/Fauci.”
“I don’t understand what he’s talking about. I mean, there’s a lot of disinformation, conspiracy theories and misinformation going on,” Fauci spoke on Friday while appearing on the CBS News podcast ‘The Takeout’. He added that he did not “worried” about Musk’s tweets.
When asked about the ‘prosecution’ tweet, Fauci reiterated that he did not “have a clue” Musk’s idea. “I have nothing to say to him. I don’t understand what he’s doing. Unfortunately,” he added.
Musk, who bought Twitter last year and promised more transparency, has published a series of internal documents that shed light on how the company has worked with law enforcement and political activists. to prevent stories from being seen as misinformation.
Fauci, who resigned as head of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) on December 31, is the face of the White House’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Republicans Say They Will Investigate Fauci Because “unnecessary” recommended a strict lockdown and suspected that he had lied about the origin of Covid. Fauci has also been criticized for a research grant that the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) gave to a virology laboratory in Wuhan, the Chinese city where Covid was first detected.
Fauci defended the grant on CBS News, saying “collaborative research… is something that is extremely beneficial to society at large.”
“A very small grant of about $120,000 a year has been given to the Chinese, which has, in fact, led to research that can definitively demonstrate that SARS-CoV-1 was originally transmitted from bats. to civet. for a human being,” Fauci said, referring to an outbreak in the early 2000s.
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