Elon Musk teases release of the 'Fauci Files,' following his previous scathing criticism of the medical expert

Elon Musk teases release of the ‘Fauci Files,’ following his previous scathing criticism of the medical expert

According to Elon Musk, information regarding Anthony Fauci will be included in the next Twitter Files release.
Musk answered a user who inquired about the publication date of the “#FauciFiles” with “Later this week.”
In a tweet from December, Musk singled out the physician and scientist, writing, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”
After criticizing Dr. Anthony Fauci, who left his position as the White House’s senior medical advisor at the end of 2022, Elon Musk hinted on Sunday that the “Fauci Files” will be released. Hope you’re enjoying day one of 2023, tweeted the CEO of Twitter. It won’t be dull, that much is certain.

“Waiting…… for #FauciFiles,” a person tweeted in reaction to Musk’s statement. Later this week, the billionaire replied.

Early in December, Musk singled out Fauci in a tweet that said, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”
In an interview with the scientific magazine Nature on December 13, Fauci claimed that Musk’s comments “stir a lot of hatred in people.” Fauci said, “Of course,” when asked if his safety was in jeopardy. He said, “I always have armed federal officers with me.”
Later that month, Musk claimed that numerous Twitter staff members created a Slack channel on the company network dubbed “Fauci Fan Club.” He then said that Twitter should change its policies and “follow the science,” which requires “reasoned questioning of the research.”

Musk called Fauci “creepy” when the New York Times revealed that he had fan images of himself decorating his home office. He said, “Maybe he just enjoys looking at science.”

At the end of 2022, Fauci will leave his several positions, including that of the head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.

The Twitter Files have sparked a number of controversies, which have been discussed by journalists Musk appointed. These include internal deliberations over the choice to ban former President Trump from tweeting after the rioting on January 6, 2021, in the Capitol.

The Twitter CEO and a few independent journalists, however, are disappointed that the media hasn’t given Twitter Files more attention.