Fauci deposition: Fauci says no one from his office pushed for social media censorship. Documents show they did.
(by Dan Frieth | Reclaim The Net) – Dr. Anthony Fauci’s deposition, taken as part of the lawsuit filed by Missouri and Louisiana’s Attorneys General alleging collusion between government and online platforms to censor certain viewpoints, has details about Dr. Fauci’s attitude towards Covid topics that were censored on social media platforms.
Read the full deposition transcript here.
Fauci, the retiring director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, was deposed under oath on November 23.
During the deposition, Fauci said that he did not have the expertise to say whether or not COVID-19 originated from a laboratory or nature. However, he repeatedly dismissed the lab-leak theory.
Social media companies also censored content and accounts suggesting the virus originated from a lab.
Fauci and then-head of the National Institute of Health (NIH) Dr. Francis Collins spoke out against the Great Barrington Declaration, a document that provided an alternative approach to the pandemic. Their comments resulted in Big Tech cracking down on the declaration. Documents acquired in the case show communications between Collins and Fauci discussing how to suppress the declaration’s influence. Read Full Article >