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    Elon Musk Doubles Down on Call to Prosecute Fauci

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    Elon Musk, the CEO of Twitter, has intensified his previous calls for the prosecution of former chief immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci.

    Musk responded early Sunday morning to a tweet from ACT for America founder and chair Brigitte Gabriel, who asked: “Do you agree with Senator Rand Paul? Should Dr. Fauci go to jail?”

    Gabriel included in her tweet an article from Conservative Brief in which Paul, himself a physician, reiterated his call for Fauci to be held accountable for his alleged role in the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Musk responded: “Certainly trial.”

    In a series of December posts, the Twitter CEO mocked those who identify their preferred pronouns in their accounts by writing, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”

    This occurred after he shared a meme depicting Fauci telling President Joe Biden, “Just one more lockdown my king.”

    These posts prompted a response from Fauci, who has since resigned from his position as director of the National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, a position he held since Ronald Reagan’s first tenure in office in the early 1980s.

    Fauci responded in an interview with the journal Nature that he did not have time to “waste” on such online harassment.

    “I don’t pay attention to that, Max, and I don’t even feel I need to respond…” Fauci replied to reporter Max Kozlov, according to the Daily Beast. “A lot of that stuff is just a cesspool of misinformation, and I don’t waste a minute worrying about it.”

    Republicans in the House pledged to hold hearings and summon him to testify regarding various aspects of the COVID pandemic, including reports that his agency may have financed risky research at a Chinese laboratory where the virus may have originated.

    Fauci has also responded to these threats.

    “There have been all these House Republican calls for investigations into the origins of Covid and saying they’re gonna bring you up to Capitol Hill. Do you think that wanes as you step down?” ABC ‘Face The Nation’ host Margaret Brennan asked in a December interview.

    “Well, I don’t think it’s gonna wane for me. The Republican House has said that they’re gonna — and that’s fine with me,” Fauci responded.

    “You’ll appear?” the host said.

    “Oh, of course. I mean, I’m very much in favor of legitimate oversight. Absolutely. I mean, I’ve testified before Congress, given the 38 years that I’ve been director, literally hundreds of times in many oversight hearings,” he said.

    “They’ve clearly politicized it — I’m not political at all, period,” he said. “I’ve never been. And anybody who knows anything about me knows that that’s the case. But it is very clear when people are running their campaigns with an anti-Fauci element to it. I mean, that’s ridiculous. I mean, this is a public health issue.”

    “I’d be more than happy to explain publicly or otherwise everything that we’ve done, and I could defend and explain everything that we’ve done from a public health standpoint present by,” he said.

    On Friday, Paul reiterated previous calls to hold Fauci accountable for what he believes was his agency’s role in funding dangerous “gain-of-function” research at a Chinese facility in Wuhan, where COVID is believed to have originated.

    During an interview on Fox News’ “Fox & Friends,” Paul maintained his call for Fauci to be held accountable for his alleged mismanagement of the COVID-19 pandemic.

    More on this story via Conservative Brief:

    The Kentucky Republican also said he believes Fauci’s unwillingness to acknowledge certain things about the pandemic and the origins of the virus could land him in serious trouble. CONTINUE READING…

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