Private emails between Dr. Anthony Fauci and Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg have recently surfaced, and what’s in them is deeply disturbing.
The emails, which were obtained by The National Pulse, show Zuckerberg offering to send “data reports” on users to “facilitate decisions” about COVID-19 lockdowns. In one of their exchanges, Zuckerberg wrote, “I want to make sure you have all the resources you need to expedite the development of a vaccine.”
Here’s the full email that Zuckerberg wrote to Fauci on August 8:
“I’m writing to thank you again for everything you’re doing and to see if there’s anything else that Facebook, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative or I personally can be doing to help you in your efforts to fight Covid and to get society back open again.
“If we’re looking at a prolonged period of tightening and loosening shelter restrictions around the country, then if there are aggregate, anonymized data reports that Facebook can generate to facilitate these decisions, for example, we’d be happy to do this and want to make sure we’re prioritizing the right work. We’ve kicked off a symptom survey, which will hopefully give a county-by-county leading indicator of cases to inform public health decisions. If there are other aggregate data resources that you think would be helpful, let me know.
“Longer term, [REDACTED] and I want to make sure you have all the resources you need to expedite the development of a vaccine. This seems like an area that’s getting a lot of investment, but if there are promising approaches that aren’t currently being worked on — or if there are areas that could use more resources — let me know and we’d be happy to look at funding them.
“Thank you again for your leadership on this. And I know how busy you are, so there’s no need to respond to this email if there isn’t anything for us to help with right now. I hope you’re doing well.”
Fauci then responded:
Thanks for the note and for your offer to help. I will think hard about ways that we may take you up on your offer.
Dr. Fauci opens up the possibility that the COVID-19 vaccine could be making people more likely to be infected by the virus.
"This would not be the first time, if it happened, that a vaccine that looked good in initial safety actually made people worse." pic.twitter.com/j4DXzMp3Bo
— The Vigilant Fox (@VigilantFox) December 13, 2021
In June of this year, Fauci denied communicating with Zuckerberg when Senator Marsha Blackburn (R-TN) brought it up.
“I don’t have a clue of what she just said, I don’t have a clue of what she’s talking about,” he told MSNBC at the time. “I have no idea what she’s talking about…I have no idea what she’s talking about.”
This is all a grim reminder of how Big Tech and the government can easily team up to use user data to restrict civil liberties.
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