Trump is following in the footsteps of Andrew Jackson. He has spent the time getting the people behind him just like Andrew Jackson.
Dan Scavino confirmed this with a Truth post. The [Deep State] is so panicked that they are going to attempt a narrative shift. They are now building the narrative for many different events. This will fail in the end just like everything else. More from the X22 Report.
Joe Rogan drops more red pills — exposing Arizona Gov. Katie Hobbs and her strange comments about money laundering and the Sinaloa cartel. The mainstream media is not happy as the lies, distortions and phony misinformation of the fake news becomes more obvious and ridiculous.
CPAC — The Conservative Political Action Committee — kicks off its annual meeting in Maryland, with a guest appearance scheduled Saturday from Donald Trump. Lara Logan speaks out about the southern border and the illegal flood of migrants encouraged by Joe Biden’s corrupt administration. Pray! More from And We Know.
Newly dropped email files show that Twitter wasn’t alone in following government censorship orders. Facebook also ceded much of its content moderation to government censors, particularly as concerns coverage of the Covid-19 pandemic and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Here, Kim Iversen interviews Robby Soave, an American journalist and senior editor at Reason. On Thursday, Soave released the Facebook Files. Much like The Twitter Files, these emails reveal how Facebook and its corporate execs at Meta were pressured to censor content.
Says Soave, “Meta gave the CDC de facto power to police COVID misinfo on the platforms; the CDC took the position that essentially any erroneous claim could contribute to vaccine hesitancy and cause social harm. This was a recipe for vast silencing, at the feds’ implicit behest.”
Elon Musk is continually dripping the information. Each drip the [Deep State] feels the pain. Trump and Elon are bringing them down a path and eventually when more information is produced, the [Deep State] will react. They are planning on this and they want them to make a stupid move. This all revolves around the election rigging and the Supreme Court is now on deck. More from the X22 Report.
Twitter Files 10 drop courtesy of David Zweig, revealing pressure from the White House to censor pandemic-related information. Twitter outsourced censorship campaigns using decision trees and banned Harvard medical doctors. More from Robert Gouveia, Esquire, on Watching the Watchers.
So much worse than you thought. That’s the title of a new video from The Quartering. Now we know: T he FBI and CIA didn’t limit themselves to Twitter, but have also been linked to YouTube, Twitch and Cloudflare thanks to Elon Musk. We already were also aware that the FBI and CIA leaned on Facebook, so this scandal will only grow in scale and size the more we learn.
How did Katie Hobbs, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate, cheat in Arizona? Here, Patrick Byrne, the former CEO of Overstock, lays out the major scam played to skew the results produced in Maricopa County, home of Phoenix.
As many as 42.5 percent of the ballots used on election day were 19 inches in size, not the standard 20 inches in size that the tabulator machines could read. So when these 19-inch ballots were fed through the machines, the tabulators rejected them and did not count the votes. That’s how a large number of election day votes — votes generally cast by Republicans — were never counted.
The team of lawyers representing Kari Lake, the Republican candidate, introduced this evidence but the Maricopa County election officials lied about using these improperly-sized ballots. On day one, they absolutely denied these ballots existed. On day two, they acknowledged the phony ballots, but said they had only been mistakenly used in a small handful of polling stations, not enough to impact the outcome of the race.
Byrne says Kari Lake’s team found otherwise. The ballots were used across the board in every one of the six polling stations Lake was permitted to survey. These ballots, says Byrne, “will be part of the appeal, both to the Arizona Supreme Court and (if necessary) into the U.S. federal judiciary.” Needless to say, it remains to be seen whether there are any honest judges left in the United States.
Kari Lake went scored earth after the ruling, saying, “It’s a fair bet some officials in Maricopa County got coal in their stockings this year. We’ve heard those pair nicely with perjury charges.”
She singled out two specific officials — Stephen Richer and Scott Jarrett. It was Richer who delivered Zoom testimony to the trial — while vacationing in Panama. So fitting!
Jarrett was the Maricopa County election day co-chairman who changed his testimony from one day to the next on the issues surrounding the tabulated ballots that were not counted. More from Neil Johnson.
Here, Robert Gouveia offers an extensive breakout of The Twitter Files 9, from Matt Taibbi, focusing largely on Elvis Chan. Plus, Gouveia reviews Kari Hobbs’ vow to appeal the ruling of Arizona Judge Peter Thompson in the Arizona gubernatorial race. He doesn’t give her a great shot to succeed, unless she can show more concrete evidence that cheating occurred and occurred at a level that might change the outcome of the election. More from Watching the Watchers.
Elon Musk just dropped the biggest edition of The Twitter Files yet. The FBI was paying Twitter reimbursements for its costs to censor American citizens!
At last count, the amount of money reimbursed totaled $3.4 million, according to Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch. More from The Quartering.
Matt Taibbi releases a new supplemental to Twitter Files 6 that details new conversations between Elvis Chan and Twitter executives about pre-censoring incoming stories. Who is Elvis Chan, and what was his role in prior elections? We learned that Twitter was a natural landing spot for many ex-FBI agents.
Michael Shellenberger releases Twitter Files 7, which details the extensive FBI coverup of the Hunter Biden story prior to the story even being released. We discussed the unconstitutionality of prior restraints and remedies under 18 U.S. Code 241 in prosecuting those who conspire to trample our rights.
More from Robert Gouveia, Esquire.
Thanks to The Twitter Files, we have all seen how Twitter was overtaken by the FBI, its content management and censorship decisions orchestrated by former spooks. But Twitter was hardly alone.
Facebook, now known as Meta, was an even bigger nest of spies, with a much heavier concentration of ex-agents from the Central Intelligence Agency. Given how many former CIA, FBI and Department of Defense employees work at Meta, it’s not at all surprising that they ran a heavy-handed campaign to silence dissidents and especially anyone critical of the bloated American federal government.
According to an Alan MacLeod piece in MintPress News, ex-spooks are littered up and down the chain of content moderation command at Facebook, blurring the line between Facebook as a private company and Facebook as a partner of the government in silencing inconvenient voices that oppose the dominant establishment narrative.
Here, on The Jimmy Dore Show, Jimmy and comedian Kurt Metzger discuss the dangerous ramifications of having a team of ex-intelligence officers determining what Americans can and can’t see on social media. Much of the focus is on Aaron Berman, who runs Facebook’s misinformation department.