New Twitter Bombshell: ‘Former’ FBI Agent Caught Removing Files Before ‘Twitter Papers’

On Today’s Ron Paul Liberty Report:

The “former” FBI Agent at the center of the bogus “Russiagate” operation was brought on by Twitter’s previous management, where he played a key role in suppressing the Hunter Biden bombshell. Musk decided to release the internal communications of “old” Twitter around the censorship and that same “former” FBI agent was caught red-handed removing the evidence before it could be released!

Reprinted from The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity.

13 thoughts on “New Twitter Bombshell: ‘Former’ FBI Agent Caught Removing Files Before ‘Twitter Papers’”

  1. It seems to me that every time a little more daylight shines on a scandal such as this, the more that the nearly universal censorship regime tries to bury it, and that they usually succeed. I would be quite surprised if this was even in the news 30 days from now.

    1. I don’t read, watch, nor listen to mainstream/establishment/corporate media. Was this even reported there? Only a tiny minority of us see sites like this one that actually tell the truth.

      1. “Was this even reported there?”

        I don’t really know, because, like you, “I don’t read, watch, nor listen to mainstream/establishment/corporate media.” My more or less mainstream friends though, have not mentioned it even once.

          1. Unfortunately, I believe you are correct. And because the shadow censorship mechanisms are already in place, and they reinforce themselves by not even mentioning their own existence, I do not see any way for society to pull out of it.

            When the Soviet Union collapsed, revolution was still possible because there was no lock-step hold on people’s minds. Here in today’s USSA, that is no longer the case. People definitely know there is something dreadfully wrong, but have been led to believe their enemy is other people, instead of the institutions of violence and deceit which have become so dominant.

          2. Don’t forget the 1984-type fabricated enemy of Russia.

            Russians living in the Soviet Union said that they didn’t believe their government’s propaganda. That propaganda was very simple and nowhere near as sophisticated as modern U.S. propaganda. The only way I see out of this is to widely disseminate information like that of this website (Jimmy Dore, Lee Camp, Aaron Mate, Glenn Greenwald, Chris Hedges, etc.). But with the corporate/establishment stranglehold on information and censorship, this will be very difficult.

          3. “Russians living in the Soviet Union said that they didn’t believe their government’s propaganda. That propaganda was very simple and nowhere near as sophisticated as modern U.S. propaganda.”

            Exactly my point. Russians in the USSR did not have a lock on their minds the way we do here in the modern US. It is so difficult for most Americans to accept that their county is neither free, nor even a democracy, that the people in power can commit any atrocity, wrap it in the flag, and come out smelling like a rose. And if you step out of line, you’re branded a traitor, an enemy of freedom and democracy. I try not to be negative, but, at this point, it is hard to be very hopeful.

          4. Never give up hope! You never know what might happen if you keep trying. Use realistic expectations for strategizing.

            If we can see what’s going on, I see no reason that others can’t also. It takes some time & effort of course, and that’s the problem.

  2. When it comes to Musk or the old regime suppressing socialist and leftist or antiwar speech, crickets out there. I guess that’s not in Matt Taibbi’s terms of reference with Musk.

    1. That’s totally irrelevant. This article was about Twitter’s illegitimate suppression of a true story. Matt Taibbi is an award-winning journalist who does great work exposing people with money & power and their corporations and agencies. It doesn’t matter whether you support Biden, Trump, or neither like I did, this story should never have been censored. I agree that anti-war and other speech that challenges the ruling class and its establishment is censored and repressed illegitimately, but that’s not what this story was about.

      1. There is the disturbing change here @ anti war dot com to link way too ofter to MSN sites that frame comtent in more empire friendly terms & do not allow comments: I am refer to U.S News & World Report being No.1 example that somehow seems to have gotten its nose into our alternate tent. I can’t cite any grevious examples of skewed reporting I have seen, but along with some of the moderators I find it a bad omen of antiwar.c-m’s & our future.

        1. Truly progressive websites like this come in 2 forms: investigative reporting, and news amalgamation. This site has always been the latter. Sophisticated propaganda usually includes some truth, sometimes even much truth. There’s nothing wrong with using corporate/establishment/mainstream media sources when they publish valuable information (which is of course uncommon). Jimmy Dore and Lee Camp are also news amalgamators who use corporate/establishment/mainstream media, and no one could credibly claim that they’ve sold out.

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