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Elon Musk Tweets ‘My Pronouns Are Prosecute/Fauci,’ Here’s The Response

    Elon Musk Tweets ‘My Pronouns Are Prosecute/Fauci,’ Here’s The Response

    According to Forbes: Elon Musk was likely referring to Anthony Fauci, MD, who has been director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) since 1984. Joe Fauci, Amber Fauci, Tucker Fauci, Fauci Taylor Greene, Kid Rock Fauci Number, Kid Fauci Rock, X Æ A-12 Fauci, or some other Fauci.

    Furthermore, the billionaire’s tweet probably wasn’t suggesting that people should start associating the word prosecution with Elon Musk or calling out Musk prosecuting or Fauci. Instead, it seemed like Musk was trying to somehow link the word prosecution to the Fauci name. Hmm, that’s very Fauci, but not like a COVID-19 vaccine.

    That’s when the world’s richest man, or perhaps the second richest man, used his platform to tell his more than 120.9 million followers what happened to Tesla’s share price. This given follower list could be a combination of humans, bots, people hired by Elon Musk, and perhaps Elon Musk himself.

    These days you really can’t tell who’s real and who’s not on Twitter. Or really who what could be. Elon Musk’s tweet probably landed directly in a lot of people’s Twitter feeds, even those who don’t officially follow Tesla, SpaceX, and the owner of the horse.

    After all, Twitter is Musk’s platform, literally or on Twitter as he recently acquired the whole “Tweet & Caboodle” in a $44 billion deal. You might even call it a smile, considering how often you look at his words when he’s on stage.

    How about some tweets from Elon Musk? Plus, when you own a social media platform, you can basically set up as many anonymous “burner” accounts as you want. So before you trust any of the responses to Musk’s tweets, you should check to see whether the accounts behind the responses are actually real identifiable people. Instead of anonymous accounts that post bathroom stall graffiti-like blah.

    Musk’s tweet was quickly refuted by several actual scientists and public health experts. For example, Peter Hotez, MD, PhD, dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine and author of the book Preventing the Next Pandemic: Vaccine Diplomacy in a Time of Anti-Science, tweeted, “For the record: Dr. Fauci did There is nothing wrong with serving our country.

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