ICAN (Informed Consent Action Network) stated today that they had received another 3,000 pages of Fauci communications as a result of a FOIA request. But, for some “inexplicable” reason, Twitter opted to deactivate ICAN’s account in response to the announcement:
My friends at @ICANdecide were suspended by Twitter today for reporting that they have 3,000 additional pages of Fauci’s emails they obtained thru FOIA! They’ll be posting at https://t.co/2FAmuN6pfZ tonight. Spread the word & help crowdsource review of the emails! pic.twitter.com/BMoNMjMNUv
— Michelle Malkin (@michellemalkin) June 3, 2021
What is misleading and potentially harmful about the announcement of more Fauci emails that were gotten legally through FOIA? This makes no sense whatsoever.
It sounds like Twitter has jumped on the ‘protect Saint Fauci’ bandwagon. Will they block ICAN’s website link when the emails finally get posted? Because that’s exactly what they did to the New York Post last September.
By the way, I’ve checked and so far the emails haven’t been published yet. But we’ll let you know when they are so you can read to your heart’s content.