Elon Musk and Twitter’s new leadership have been disclosing internal conversations from the year 2020 to the present for the past week.
These conversations go into depth about Twitter’s habit of stifling conservative and oppositional discourse on subjects like vaccines, election integrity, and other themes, virtually entirely… but also how closely Twitter worked with the FBI and the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
The goal of this collaboration on censorship was to stifle speech that was damaging to the Democratic party as well as speech that was damaging to the preferences of America’s federal governing elite: the oligarchs who, despite all the BS lip service to democracy, truly control the country.
For instance, on Friday night, Twitter enlisted the help of journalist Matt Taibbi to disclose the third tranche of internal Twitter files, which were shared as tweets on Twitter. Here are a few noteworthy tweets.
Earlier last week, Elon Musk sacked James Baker, the general counsel for Twitter. Baker had previously served as the FBI’s dishonest and fired general counsel and had taken part in the plot against Trump and others close to him by scumbag FBI Director James Comey. After Musk discovered Baker destroying, tampering with, and concealing information pertaining to Twitter’s crimes against the American People, Baker was fired. To his credit, Musk promptly fired him after discovering him.
Keep it in mind.
You may remember that the lawsuit between the states of Louisiana and Missouri and approximately 30 federal officers and agencies has been closely followed by Gateway Pundit (Missouri, et al v. Biden, et al, pending in the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana).
Full disclosure: Jim Hoft and the states are both plaintiffs in this action.
Even though that lawsuit has been ongoing for around seven (7) months, it has just begun. In the lawsuit, it is alleged that the federal government and Big Tech colluded to deny tens of thousands of Americans their First Amendment rights.
Plaintiffs are still unable to engage in “general discovery” due to the case’s procedural structure. This indicates that they do not yet possess the full investigative authority that plaintiffs in federal litigation often enjoy. Instead (and this is a long explanation), the inquiry has been more constrained. In conclusion, the plaintiffs have been allowed to look into the policies of Twitter, Meta/Facebook, etc. as well as the federal government, albeit in a restricted way.
More on this story The Gateway Pundit:
Critically, in the records produced by the federal government as well as Twitter, something strange has occurred: no documents exposing the corrupt actions of the FBI have been brought to light.
This is interesting, because the previous management of Twitter swore they produced (to Missouri and Louisiana in the Missouri v. Biden case) everything they had that was relevant. The feds made the same promise. CONTINUE READING…