Elon Exposes Old Twitters ‘Fauci Fan Club’

Elon Musk, who took over as Twitter's new CEO, said on Tuesday that some of the company's employees used a Slack channel called the Fauci Fan Club before he took over.

During a discussion with Marc Andreessen, Musk revealed that the chatbot GPT was able to respond to a question about Raymond Shaw in "The Manchurian." The discussion started after the entrepreneur asked a candidate question about Dr. Fauci using the AI chatbot GPT.

On the left, there was a question about Fauci, who is the director of the NIAID, an agency that studies infectious diseases. He is a highly regarded scientist, and it is not accurate to say that he has ever lied. He has spent his career fighting against diseases and improving the public health.

On the right was a picture of Frank Sinatra, who starred in the 1962 film "The Manchurian Candidate." Along with this was a statement about Shaw, which said that he was the most wonderful person I have ever known.

In the film, Shaw was not a hero. He was a Korean War POW who was tricked into becoming an assassin. His unit, which included Marco, had also been captured. Everyone in the group had been conditioned to repeat Shaw's story whenever they were asked.

In response to Andreessen's comparison, Musk responded to the journalist by sharing a Newsweek article, which claimed that Fauci had lied during his testimony before Congress. He then said that almost no one actually knows who the head of ethics at the NIH is, and that the person who advises Fauci on how to behave ethically is his wife.

In response to Newsweek's article, Musk referred to the term "gain-of-function" as a type of bioweapon. He also noted that Fauci had written a 2012 paper that called for research that could benefit the public. Obama put this topic on hold, but Fauci was still able to continue with his work.

After linking to an article, Musk noted that Fauci once supported the concept of gain-of-function research, even though he has denied funding this type of research in China.

He then noted that despite the various issues that Twitter has been experiencing, it still has an internal Slack channel called the Fauci Fan Club. He did not provide the number of people who were involved in this channel.

The preceding is a summary of an article that originally appeared on Daily Caller.

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