Wednesday, February 1, 2023
Wednesday, February 1, 2023

    FBI paid Twitter $3.5M ‘to do its bidding’: Taxpayers’ money was used to suppress Hunter Biden laptop story and process agency’s requests to silence GOP voices – as fury mounts over secret state censorship of the American people

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    The FBI handed nearly $3.5 million of taxpayers money to Twitter to pay its staff to handle requests from the bureau to ban accounts, Your Content has learned.

    The most recent batch of Twitter files show that the FBI paid off staffers at the tech giant to the tune of $3 million.

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    The money was paid as a thank you as Twitter continued to dedicate staff to doing the bidding of the feds.

    Emails show that Twitter’s deputy counsel Jim Baker met with feds to discuss suppressing the Hunter Biden laptop story.

    In response to the latest Twitter files dump, House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said: ‘This is going to be a much bigger situation than people realize’

    Earlier it was revealed that former FBI lawyer turned Twitter general counsel Jim Baker helped to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story,‘according to The Dailymail.

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