EXCLUSIVE NEWS: The Conflict Of Interest Between Fauci And His Daughter
I finally found the missing piece that connects the whole puzzle of sham together. And it is a member of Fauci’s family.Join The True Defender Telegram Chanel Here: https://t.me/TheTrueDefender
It is a “silent lie” that the powerful people from the very top of our country, have their own “silent businesses” or to call them “approved” companies, hiring only “royal blooded” staff.
You know what I mean right?
Sure you do. You know EXACTLY what I am saying…
And it is nothing new – it has been going around for centuries. But, we might be entering a stage where it directly confronts our future.
In this context – you’ll never guess where Dr. Fauci’s daughter Alison works…
Let me give you a hint.
- It begins with the letter “T”
- It’s a company that bans people’s right to free speech
- It supports and proclaims shallow political propaganda
Yes, have you guessed already?
It is…………….. TWITTER!
Alison Fauci has been working there from the very early days of her life – right after she graduated. She is a software engineer, focused on developing ad formats for Twitter, especially for Android app. In addition to readily censoring conservatives, the social media platform has also cracked down on users sharing COVID-19 “misinformation.”
Despite the whole political dilemma around her father’s work, and even more, what happened lately, with silencing President Trump and his supporters, she is still there.
It seems, based on the American laws and practice, that her position in Twitter is representing a conflict of interest, not because Fauci is her dad. But because her workplace decided to censor COVID-19 information. This is a direct shot against her father’s work, who is explicit in his opinion that there was no reason to wear masks!
And since Twitter has a strict policy to ban anything on their network that “could place people at a higher risk of transmitting COVID-19,” it really is a conflict of interest. “Encouragement to use fake or ineffective treatments, preventions, and diagnostic techniques” and “misleading content purporting to be from experts or authorities” were other categories targeted by the social media platform.
Imagine their conversation on this topic during a family dinner?