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YIKES! Latest Edition of Twitter Files Reveal FBI Paid Twitter Executives MILLIONS to CENSOR Information and Shape Public Opinion

The latest edition of the “Twitter Files” revealed that the FBI paid Twitter more than $3.4 million for enforcing politically motivated censorship on behalf of the deep state.

FBI Special Agent Elvis Chan had sent up to 10 documents to the company’s former Head of Site Integrity Yoel Roth on the evening of October 13, 2020, just hours prior to the New York Post’s publishing of its bombshell on Hunter Biden’s abandoned laptop.

Chan told Roth that the documents were “not spam” and asked him to “confirm receipt” to which Roth responded after two minutes, “Received and downloaded – thanks!”

Independent journalist Michael Shellenberger reported in this seventh edition of Twitter Files that Roth gave a sworn declaration on December 21, 2020, and confirmed that federal law enforcement agencies gave Twitter an advanced notice of a “hack and leak” operation and instructed Twitter to dismiss the Post reporting.

Roth’s declaration matches with Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s comments on the Joe Rogan Podcast where he claimed that the FBI had issued an advanced warning to Facebook to be on “high alert” about an anti-Biden dump of information.

Despite their public claims, Twitter executives had “reported very little Russian activity” in the months leading to the 2020 election in their email exchanges with the FBI. Company executives even told multiple news outlets that negligible election interference was occurring through Russian accounts.

But despite their confirmation, several mainstream media outlets dismissed the Post reporting by falsely discrediting it as a “Russian disinformation campaign.”

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Further reporting from Shellenberger shows that the Aspen Institute hosted a workshop in September 2020, just a month prior to the election, and prepared Roth, the head of security policy at Meta, and the top national security reporters for the New York Times and the Washington Post on handling the long-anticipated bombshell from Burisma, the Ukrainian energy oligarch that paid the Biden family millions of dollars to peddle influence.

In July 2020, Special Agent Chan allowed top Twitter executives to receive temporary security clearance once a month prior to the election. Twitter was employing many FBI alums, including former General Counsel Jim Baker. The company started a new Slack channel to welcome new employees from the federal agency and Roth along with Chan created a “virtual war room” for top internet executives and officials from the FBI and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI).

After the New York Post article was published on October 14, Roth acknowledged in an internal email that the Post reporting was not “clearly in violation” of the company’s hacked materials policy or “anything else” but later admitted that it felt “a lot like a somewhat subtle leak operation,” that the FBI was warning him about for years.

His belief was shortly confronted by Jim Baker who falsely insisted that the Post reporting was either faked or hacked.

The Media Research Center conducted a poll after the 2020 election where it found out that 45.1% of Americans were “unaware of the financial scandal enveloping Biden and his son, Hunter,” and if they were aware, 9.4% of them would not vote for Biden in the elections.

Twitter Files 7 showcase an extraordinary level of collaboration between leftist institutions to censor and shape a narrative, effectively impacting the results of a free and fair election.

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