#ExposeFacui trends on Twitter as new documents released by a not-for-profit organization Project Veritas. Take this news lightly as details are still coming out, but the information seems to be damning against Dr. Anthony Fauci. Since the release of this report, Twitter was quick the suspension on the Project Veritas account, but no news has been reported as to why.
Project Veritas was banned from Twitter, but that didn’t stop #ExposeFauci from trending— Alex Sheppard 🇺🇸 (@NotAlexSheppard) January 11, 2022
In the report, military documents have been released that state the EcoHealth Alliance approached Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) back well before the pandemic. It was March of 2018, and they were seeking funding for a gain of function research of bat-borne coronaviruses. However, the project was refused initially by DARPA over safety concerns and it violates the gain of function reasearch moratorium.
Though the report leaked months ago it has seemingly remained unverified until now. Project Veritas has managed to obtain what could be legit documents that verify the claims from the Inspector General of the Department of Defense. This reprot was written by Marine Corp Major General, Joeseph Murphy who worked for DARPA.
When they reproted this news and posted to twitter the Tweet had gone viral reaching over 22,000 Retweets before it was pulled. #ExposeFauci slammed the internet open forum without mercy. Since the suspension of the Veritas account members of twitter have come out to mock the groups reporting.
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