Fauci’s Family: Connection To Social Media Giant Has Been EXPOSED!


You ever wonder how some people get away with stuff? I mean, stuff that would normally get us all either arrested or in some kind of trouble.

When video stores were a thing, whenever I would go in to rent a movie, there would always be this guy that would come in and just grab movies off the shelf and walk out. Nobody would ever say anything.

Turns out, he was the owner’s son and would pretty much come in and just take whatever he wanted. Never even asked if it upset anything in inventory. That kind of thing is happening right now with liberal leaning officials, they have friends and family in certain spots of power that will silence anyone who speaks ill of their loved ones.

Dr. Fauci’s daughter is a software engineer with Twitter. That platform bans people who disagree with her father also known as the Covid Clown because of the way he is wrong about every prediction and the way he keeps changing his opinions after it’s discovered that he is dead wrong.

Twitter not only censors conservatives but also crack down on people who disagree with the Covid Clown. Alison Fauci has been working at the company since graduating in 2014.

Alison Fauci is part of the Twitter blog page where she has had one posting titled, “Introducing Serial: improved data serialization on Android.” Fauci wrote:

“Smooth timeline scrolling on the Twitter for Android app is important for the user experience, and we’re always looking for ways to improve it. With some profiling, we discovered that serializing and deserializing data to and from the database using standard Android Externalizable classes was taking around 15% of the UI thread time.”

Her position with Twitter seems to be a conflict of interest considering how they censor anyone who disagrees with the BS her father puts out Remember when he said masks were not necessary?

Then he said that a mask was a must and then people need 2 masks and then back to one mask. I could make better predictions by tossing darts at a dartboard. At least I would have a 50-50 chance of being right.

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