Many surprising developments have surfaced after the release of Twitter Files. Among the leaks, the ones about the government and the FBI marking people on social media as potential threats stand out as particularly troubling. Twitter is only one example; other social media are also a target of the same worries.
Twitter was ordered to remove content referencing the COVID-19 virus by governments throughout the globe, not only the one led by Joe Biden. According to the recent release of the Twitter Files, Germany tried the same thing in tandem with BioNTech, a pharmaceutical behemoth responsible for the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines.
After a series of “Twitter Files” showed Twitter’s widespread coordination with the FBI and other agencies to regulate public conversation prior to Elon Musk’s takeover of the digital giant, the FBI attempted to recover its reputation on Wednesday by portraying the discoveries as standard procedure.
On Christmas Eve, former President Donald Trump gave a merry Yuletide greeting that was both bombastic and sincere, stirring the left as only he can.
It was Truth Social that the 45th president used to address the Nation about the findings revealed in the ongoing release of Twitter files, which have been largely ignored by corporate media, and the efforts of the Justice Department to go after him via a special counsel appointed by Merrick Garland as Attorney General.
Tuesday saw the release of the ninth edition of “Twitter Files” by investigative journalist Lee Fang, highlighting how the social media giant quietly assisted the Pentagon’s secret online PsyOp effort.
On Monday, Ron Paul tweeted, “Twitter Files Make it Clear: We Must Abolish the FBI.” Meanwhile, House Republicans warn: Subpoenas will fly to the FBI over Twitter Files. According to Mr. Paul, as the public discovers more about the “Twitter Files,” it becomes all too clear that federal agencies such as the FBI considered the First Amendment as an irritation and a hindrance.
James Woods spoke on Tucker Carlson Tonight on Friday to address the new revelation from internal papers provided by Matt Taibbi that Twitter had filtered his posts.