Elon Musk Drops Another ‘Dr. Tony Bomb’

Elon Musk Drops Another ‘Fauci Bomb’

Musk Says He Is ‘Open’ to Idea of Buying Out Major Media Companies

[On Wednesday, Musk dropped a ‘Fauci bomb’ that exposed Twitter’s extreme bias on Covid issues. More on that later in the article. (TLB) ed.]


Billionaire tech CEO Elon Musk is entertaining the idea of buying out top digital media companies.

Journalist and media commentator Dave Rubin started a Twitter thread discussing the tremendous influence that Google and YouTube have on the nation’s politics.

“Let me get ahead of this one right now…” Rubin tweeted. “I think YouTube’s (and Google’s) manipulation for political purposes is FAR worse than Twitter’s.”

“And we might find out as @rumblevideo will get discovery in its lawsuit against Google…” Rubin added.

One user suggested Musk should try to buy Substack, which is a subscription-based platform used by many influential journalists.

“You would have the information layer with Twitter and the narrative layer. Corporate media would then have specialize on reporting government leaks, from ‘people familiar with the matter,’” the user said.

Musk responded by saying: “I’m open to the idea.”

Earlier in December, Musk also suggested he could try to buy Wikipedia, but was informed it was not for sale by its founder Jimmy Wales.

The “Twitter Files,” a series of releases on Twitter showing the prior regime’s coordination between Big Tech and U.S. government agencies, has been spearheaded by a number of notable journalists, such as Matt Taibbi, Bari Weiss, and Michael Shellenberger.  The subsequent Fauci Files and forthcoming Covid Files have additionally spurred independent journalistic accountability that has been denied by corporate media and the U.S. Congress.

On Wednesday, Musk dropped a ‘Fauci bomb’ that exposed Twitter’s extreme bias on Covid issues.

“Almost no one seems to realize that the head of bioethics at NIH – the person who is supposed to make sure that Fauci behaves ethically – is his wife,” Musk remarked.

“‘Gain-of-function’ in this context is just another way of saying ‘bioweapon’,” Musk added. “Some good nuggets in article. Important to note that Fauci authored 2012 paper arguing for gain-of-function research! Obama wisely put this on pause, but Fauci restarted it.”

“Despite these glaring issues, Twitter nonetheless had an internal Slack channel unironically called ‘Fauci Fan Club’,” he added.

Dr. Pierry Cory in a Twitter Spaces on Wednesday praised Twitter for providing a forum for physicians and policy critics to discuss the pervasive bias in medicine, which would help correct the “information assymetry” that has been perpetuated by the mainstream media and in medical journals.

Elon Musk also fired a warning shot to the corporate media about his mission to protect free speech and develop a forum for actual journalism. His response came after an attack by Axios reporter Hope King on CNBC, who said that his “reputation is in danger.”

“The legacy media should worry about its reputation,” Musk retorted. “We have only just begun.”


(TLB) published this article from Becker News as compiled and written by Kyle Becker

Header featured image (edited) credit: Musk/Fauci/orginal BN article

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1 Comment on Elon Musk Drops Another ‘Dr. Tony Bomb’

  1. Yahoo’s cheaper, and just as vile. Michael Isikoff is one of their contributors, and he was one of the main ‘journalists’ pushing Russiagate. Lot’s of people read the articles on Yahoo because of their e-mail service draws them there.

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