Twitter Employees Had ‘Fauci Fan Club’ Slack group, Says Elon Musk

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According to Twitter’s new owner, Twitter 1.0 employees had a slack group unironically named ‘Fauci Fan Club’. The Post-Millennial has more.

Twitter owner Elon Musk on Wednesday said that the social media company, under the old guard, had an “unironically” named internal group chat in their Slack channel called ‘Fauci Fan Club’, in honor of Anthony Fauci, the health official who lead the US mask, vaccine, and lockdown response to Covid.

Fauci, who is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases and the chief medical advisor to the president, has been widely criticised for dishonest and corrupt decisions that led to massive amounts of government tyranny in the form of forced social distancing, medical practices, inoculations, etc.

Musk’s words were in response to software engineer Marc Andreessen, who posted a screenshot of an artificial intelligence engine’s response to the question: “Has Fauci ever lied?” The AI, called ChatGTP, responded with “it is not accurate or fair to say” that the “highly respected scientist” ever lied.

Musk made multiple replies, including a link to documentation of Fauci lying as well as the reveal of Twitter’s company Slack channel including a praise group for the Covid czar.

“Despite these glaring issues, Twitter nonetheless had an internal Slack channel unironically called ‘Fauci Fan Club’,” the new Twitter owner said.

Some users pointed out that while this group chat supposedly existed, Fauci’s own daughter was employed at Twitter.

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