Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, said that the company's internal documents about its censorship will be coming out in a big way.
A Twitter executive posted a meme of President Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci early Sunday morning. The headline was "Just one more lockdown, my king."
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 11, 2022
A user asked Musk when Twitter would be releasing the files related to its censorship on COVID. Musk responded to the user's tweet and said that it was "coming bigtime".
At 5:58 am, Musk posted a message saying that his pronouns are "Fauci" and "Probecute." Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene of Georgia, who is a Republican, agreed with Musk's statement.
Due to the company's decision to suspend multiple accounts, many people have criticized Twitter for its censorship. Some have asked the company to reinstate the accounts of the doctors who were removed from the platform.
In California, three doctors have filed complaints against Twitter. They were removed from the platform earlier this year.
The three doctors, Brian Tyson, Robert Malone, and Peter McCullough, claimed that they only posted truthful statements. They also named other doctors who were censored by Twitter as helpful and knowledgeable individuals.
Over the past couple of weeks, various files related to Twitter's censorship have been released. As a result, many questions have been raised about the actions of governments in silencing people who share information about COVID-19 and vaccines.
In a deposition, Fauci, the chief medical adviser for Biden, revealed that his family worked at Twitter during the pandemic.
During the deposition, Fauci was asked about his interactions with various social media executives. D. John Sauer, the state's attorney general, asked him about his daughter's work at Twitter. Fauci said that he had a first-name basis with her.
According to the documents, Fauci's daughter worked at Twitter. When Charlie Kirk, the host of Turning Point USA, asked Musk about this development, the tech entrepreneur responded by saying that it was a small world.
Small world …
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 7, 2022
The latest batch of the Twitter Files was released on Saturday night. In it, Michael Shellenberger shared various details about the company's operations following the Capitol riot. He also shared the conversations between employees and Yoel Roth, the former head of safety and trust.
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