SHOCK REPORT: Twitter Is ‘Riddled’ With Ex-FBI Employees

(Liberty Bell) – Apparently, former FBI agents flocked to Twitter for jobs within the company’s upper echelons. Totally nothing to see here though.

The New York Post reports that the top ranks of Twitter were full of former FBI agents and executives. As if it wasn’t bad enough that the FBI worked hand-in-hand with Twitter to interfere in the 2020 election. Now it appears the connection is even more troubling than we originally thought.

The Post reports that more than a dozen former federal agents were found to be working for Twitter in the months and years prior to Elon Musk’s takeover in October.

Elon Musk recently fired James Baker, the FBI’s former general counsel who took on the same role for Twitter. Musk let him go for interfering with efforts to expose the company’s past transgressions in the data dumps known as the “Twitter files.”

FBI influence at Twitter, however, extends much deeper than just Baker.

The Post notes that in some cases “the former G-men and -women held positions that would have put them close to company leadership directly involved in censoring The Post’s Hunter Biden coverage in October 2020.”

Matthew Williams, for example, joined Twitter in June 2020 (the same month as Baker) as a “senior director of product trust” and in June of 2022 he moved into the position of “senior director of product trust, revenue policy, counsel systems & analytics.”

Prior to taking a position with Twitter, Williams worked for the FBI for 15 years, mostly out of Seattle, where he was an intelligence program manager and senior supervisory intelligence analyst.

Williams was clearly a Democrat, having made “small but consistent” donations to Democrats running for federal office during his years with the FBI. He fit right in at pre-Musk Twitter where the vast majority of employees were liberals with 99% of employee campaign donations going to Democrats.

The list of former FBI agents turned Twitter higher-ups goes on and on. The Post highlighted several of these individuals:

Dawn Burton, a former federal prosecutor who served as deputy chief of staff to FBI boss James Comey, joined Twitter in September 2019 as director of strategy and operations and counsel organization, according to her LinkedIn and Bloomberg.

Being so close to Comey, Burton would’ve been close to the Hillary Clinton email investigation as well as the phony Russia-Trump probe. She was interfering in elections way back in 2016.

Burton was smart enough to leave Twitter over the summer and she now works at Google, an even bigger meddler in information sharing and censorship.

Jeff Carlton worked for the FBI, CIA and as an intelligence officer for the US Marines before joining Twitter in May 2021. His now deleted LinkedIn account says he led “Twitter’s Strategic Response Team of 50+ employees/agents in resolving the highest-profile Trust & Safety escalation,” which served to promote “healthy public conversations.” In November 2021, he donated $100 to California Democratic House candidate Will Rollins.

Twitter’s Trust and Safety team was led by Yoel Roth, the now disgraced former company censor and an architect of the platform’s expansive shadow-banning efforts. During the run-up the the 2020 presidential, Roth had regular meetings with the FBI, which he joked about, according to troves of internal communications recently released by Musk.

“I was told in these meetings that the intelligence community expected that individuals associated with political campaigns would be subject to hacking attacks and that material obtained through those hacking attacks would likely be disseminated over social media platforms, including Twitter,” said Roth in a Dec. 21, 2020, declaration to the Federal Election Commission. “I also learned in these meetings that there were rumors that a hack-and-leak operation would involve Hunter Biden.”

Critics were quick to slam the blatant alliance between Twitter and the FBI.

“A direct conduit between former FBI people and currently serving FBI people is part of the value Twitter’s old regime was buying,” said Jim Hanson, president of WorldStrat, an information warfare analysis and consulting firm. “They wanted that access, and that air cover and the FBI was willing to do some of the normal things they should do — like watching for crime and terrorism — but also using Twitter as a means of silencing dissent and attacking political opponents.”

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) has vowed to launch sweeping investigations into the politicization of the FBI when he takes over the House Judiciary Committee next year. That will include Big Tech’s censorship and suppression of The Post’s Hunter Biden reporting.

“I have concerns about whether the government was running a misinformation operation on We the People. We want to try to get to the bottom of Baker, but any other FBI people who were [at Twitter] is also a concern, and this is something we’ve got to look at,” Jordan told The Post.

There certainly does need to be an investigation into what exactly all of these former FBI agents were really doing in their roles at Twitter. The individuals mentioned above are just the tip of the iceberg. There are many more.

It’s time for the FBI to be completely gutted and shut down. The agency has been totally compromised and the only way to fix it is to do away with it.

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