Elon Musk keeps airing the left’s dirty laundry with the Twitter Files.
The truth is even more shocking than anyone thought.
And Elon Musk revealed who rigged the 2020 election.
As Great American Daily reports:
Musk allowed journalist Matt Taibbi to publish the “Twitter Files” – internal company files about the decision to censor the New York Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop during the 2020 election.
One of the jaw-dropping revelations showed that Twitter general counsel James Baker OK’d the decision to censor the Post’s story because of the lie told by the Biden campaign and intelligence community allies that the laptop was potentially Russian disinformation.
Despite there being no evidence to support the lie about Russia, Baker agreed with the decision to censor the story claiming it violated Twitter’s hacked materials policy.
28. To which former Deputy General Counsel Jim Baker again seems to advise staying the non-course, because “caution is warranted”: pic.twitter.com/tg4D0gLWI6
— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) December 3, 2022
Baker’s name stuck out in bright flashing lights due to the fact that Baker served as the FBI’s general counsel during the Russian collusion hoax.
During the 2016 campaign Baker met with Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann when Sussmann peddled lies about the Trump campaign colluding with the Russians.
Baker was also linked to other Russian collusion scandals including the Steele dossier and the FBI coup against Trump.
In addition to Matt Taibbi, Musk gave access to the Twitter Files to journalist Bari Weiss.
Taibbi said that he couldn’t publish the Twitter Files on time because Baker was “vetting” the documents which led to critics accusing Baker of suppressing documents that would implicate the FBI.
Weiss said when she saw Baker’s name attached to the Twitter Files her “jaw hit the floor.”
“My jaw hit the floor,” says Weiss.
— Matt Taibbi (@mtaibbi) December 6, 2022
Musk said when he found out Baker was involved in meddling in the 2020 election he fired Baker.
“In light of concerns about Baker’s possible role in suppression of information important to the public dialogue, he was exited from Twitter today,” Musk posted on Twitter.
A user asked Musk if Baker tried to explain himself to which Musk responded in the affirmative but that Baker did not provide a satisfactory justification.
“Yes. His explanation was …unconvincing,” Musk answered.
The corporate press tried to dismiss the Twitter Files as a “nothing burger.”
But that was a lie designed to obscure the fact that the exposé revealed that the FBI, tech companies and corporate media all colluded during the 2020 election to rig the contests in favor of the Democrat Party.