G. McConway
September 1, 2023

Former CIA Agent Tried to Hide Role at Twitter… Here’s Why

The Twitter files have struck again.

This time they have snagged a former CIA agent that smeared the Hunter Biden laptop story.

It would appear that after signing the letter that was signed by 51 former intelligence officers, Nada Bakos, a former counter-terrorism agent at the CIA, tried to cover her tracks regarding the work she had done for Twitter.

Cover It Up

Substack journalist Texas Lindsay got her hands on an email from Bakos explaining how she had locked out her Twitter and LinkedIn pages after a story ran in the New York Post.

Bakos, as it turned out, happened to be one of the people whose picture ran on the front cover of the New York Post showing the former intelligence officers who signed that letter.

Bakos now works for Twitter as the director of policy enforcement, but we do not know if she was working for Twitter at the time the letter was pushed out. Her dates of employment have yet to be confirmed by Twitter.

Lindsay reported, "Nada Bakos is a former CIA Agent known for her work targeting terrorists post 9/11, in which she worked under Former CIA Deputy Dir. Mike Morrell, who was appointed to serve during the Obama administration. Morrell has since been revealed as the author of the now infamous letter signed by dozens of former Intelligence officials who aimed to mislead the public into believing the Hunter Biden laptop was Russian disinformation."

When Lindsay dug into the archives of Bakos' account, she found that only negative stories about Trump had been shared, while at the same time, she was sharing left-wing policy tweets.

So, the natural question to ask is if signing the letter was politically motivated. If you answered yes, you won the prize.

We know the letter was politically motivated from the emails discussing its origins. The creator of the letter openly stated that he was trying to help Biden in the upcoming debate against Trump.

The letter was fast-tracked, and Biden even referred to it during the debate to counter Trump's statements about Hunter making money from overseas sources.

After the fact, Americans were polled on how the laptop story would have impacted their vote had it been verified, and the numbers very much showed that Donald Trump would have likely won the election.

The letter was election interference and the censorship of the laptop was election interference, but the only one on trial right now is Donald Trump, who had nothing to do with either.

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