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.