Latest Twitter Files Release Proves Fauci Lied Under Oath

The latest Twitter Files release has provided new evidence that proves Dr. Anthony Fauci lied under oath during his congressional testimony.

During his 7-hour deposition in November, Fauci, Democrat President Joe Biden’s former chief health advisor, stated under oath that he had never used Twitter.

He even went as far as to claim that he “wouldn’t know how to access Twitter if you paid me.”

However, according to the latest release of the social media platform’s internal communication files, Fauci was tasked with running the official White House COVID-19 Response account on Twitter.

The latest installment of the “Twitter Files” was published by journalist Paul Thacker, a former lead investigator for Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA).

“A lot of people are spouting out a lot of things about me and Twitter,” Fauci told Fox News.

“I’ve never had a Twitter account.

“I don’t intend on having a Twitter account, and I’ve had nothing to do with Twitter.

“So I don’t know what they’re talking about when they say that.”

Fauci also made similar claims during his November deposition.

While under oath, Fauci denied using Twitter or even paying attention to social media.

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“I don’t do social media,” he said.

“Since I don’t have a Twitter account, I don’t see tweets.”

“I’m so dissociated from social media …

“I’ve never gotten involved in any of that.”

“The social media and Twitter, I told you, I don’t have a Twitter account.

“I don’t tweet. I don’t do Facebook. I don’t do anything.”

According to a new file uncovered during a visit to Twitter’s San Francisco HQ, this claim is false.

The file shows that Fauci had taken over the running of the White House’s Twitter account.

“Dr. Anthony Fauci did an account takeover for @WHCOVIDResponse,” reads a Twitter internal COVID-19 monthly update.

Twitter’s monthly update also documented work they did with Johnson & Johnson on “messaging strategy” to help market the pharma company’s COVID-19 vaccine.

This action happened only months after Twitter began removing and labeling tweets that they deemed vaccine “misinformation.”

By the summer of 2021, Johnson & Johnson began a full-court press, marketing multiple pharma products on Twitter.

In a separate file, a senior Twitter attorney, who interfaced with the FBI on enforcement and removal of “disinformation,” praised Fauci to Twitter’s lawyers as America’s “leading trusted voice” on Covid

The Louisiana and Missouri attorney generals sued the federal government in May 2022.

The lawsuit claims that agencies were colluding with social media companies to “censor and suppress free speech—including truthful information—related to COVID-19, election integrity and other topics under the guise of combating ‘misinformation.’”

After a fierce legal battle, Louisiana and Missouri were allowed to depose Anthony Fauci under oath, during which he constantly claimed he could not recall information.

The Biden administration has sought to keep the legal proceedings secret.

Emails show that when a reporter contacted Fauci to ask why he could not recall key details about his handling of the pandemic during his deposition, Fauci emailed NIH colleagues, “So much for confidentiality.”

The states released Fauci’s deposition last December, noting that Fauci said “I don’t recall” 174 times, including when asked about emails that he sent, interviews that he gave, and important documents he was shown.

During the deposition, Fauci denied, on multiple occasions, any interaction with social media.

Here’s just one example:

According to Twitter’s internal March 2021 COVID-19 program update, this is not true.

“Dr. Anthony Fauci did an account takeover for @WHCOVIDResponse,” the update states:

The White House’s COVID Response Twitter account also confirms that Fauci had taken over the account:

Fauci also took over the account again that April:

“He’s involved even if he doesn’t write the tweets,” said Martin Kulldorff, a professor of medicine on leave from Harvard, and one of several scientists involved in suing the federal government for censorship.

“To me that’s explosive, and it seems he lied under oath.”

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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