Elon Musk and the new Twitter management have been broadcasting secret interactions between 2020 and the present for the last week.
Not only do these conversations describe Twitter’s practice of censoring (almost solely) conservative and dissident discourse on election integrity, vaccinations, and other issues, but they also… However, the level to which Twitter coordinated with the FBI and Department of Homeland Security was equally astounding (DHS).
This cooperation on censorship was intended to eliminate material that was bad to the Democratic party, as well as speech that was harmful to the preferences of America’s federal governing elite: the billionaires who truly control the United States, despite all the BS rhetoric about democracy.
On Friday night, for instance, Twitter asked writer Matt Taibbi to share the third tranche of internal Twitter papers, which were uploaded as tweets on Twitter. Below are some important tweets.
This Thursday, Elon Musk sacked Twitter General Counsel James Baker (previously the dishonest and ousted FBI General Counsel, who joined in James Comey’s plot against everyone linked with Donald Trump). Baker was terminated after Musk discovered this deep state traitor deleting, manipulating, and concealing information of Twitter’s crimes against the American people. Musk, to his credit, sacked him immediately after catching him.
Keep it in mind.
You may recall that Gateway Pundit has closely followed a lawsuit between the states of Missouri and Louisiana and around 30 federal officers and agencies (Missouri, et al v. Biden, et al, pending in the United States District Court for the Western District of Louisiana).
Full disclosure: Jim Hoft is a plaintiff with the states in this action.
This case has been ongoing for almost seven (7) months, but it is just getting started. Tens of thousands of Americans’ First Amendment rights were allegedly violated by a conspiracy between the federal government and Big Tech, according to the lawsuit.
Due to the case’s current procedural status, the plaintiffs cannot yet engage in “broad discovery.” This indicates that they do not yet possess the full investigative authority that federal cases typically grant to plaintiffs. Instead, the inquiry has been more circumscribed (explanation is lengthy). In conclusion, the plaintiffs have conducted (although limited) investigations into the operations of Twitter, Meta/Facebook, etc., and the federal government.
Critically, amid the records generated by the federal government and Twitter, a peculiar occurrence has occurred: no papers showing the FBI’s corrupt conduct have surfaced.
This is intriguing given Twitter’s former management testified they sent all pertinent information to Missouri and Louisiana in the Missouri v. Biden lawsuit. The federal government offered the same assurance.
Nonetheless, we now know that Twitter and the federal government lied to the Attorneys General of Missouri and Louisiana, partly due to the efforts of Elon Musk (as well as the office of Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt) (and the rest of the plaintiffs in that suit, including Jim Hoft). We now know that they attempted to deceive us.