December 13, 2022

FBI's Collusion with Big Tech Unveiled in New Report

A new report reveals that the FBI was meeting with Twitter leaders on a nearly weekly basis near the 2020 presidential election.

Many new details concerning alleged collusion between the FBI and Big Tech have emerged since journalist Matt Taibbi released the first "Twitter Files" to reveal the company's past suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop scandal

Fox News host Steve Hilton reported that the FBI is implicated in what he called a "superscandal" to protect the president ahead of his election.

The latest info from Taibbi also shows Twitter's efforts to work with the FBI to ban former President Donald Trump from the platform following Jan. 6, 2021.

"Taibbi writes that the new files, which are set to be released in three parts each day until Sunday, will reveal 'the erosion of standards within the company in months before J6, decisions by high-ranking executives to violate their own policies, and more, against the backdrop of ongoing, documented interaction with federal agencies,'" the National Review reported.

"He adds that the documents show that in 2020 Twitter was 'deploying a vast range of visible and invisible tools to rein in Trump’s engagement, long before J6. The ban will come after other avenues are exhausted,'" it added.

In addition to suppressing Hunter Biden's scandal and banning Trump, the Twitter Files have shown that the company had shadowbanned a number of conservative leaders.

Among those listed in the reports included Dan Bongino, Turning Point USA leader Charlie Kirk and Libs of TikTok.

In addition to the current Twitter Files, CEO Elon Musk has hinted at exposing Dr. Anthony Fauci regarding COVID-19 misinformation on his platform.

The details could add to growing concerns that are expected to lead to Fauci testifying under oath in a congressional hearing next year.

Sοurce: Fox News

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