By R. Cort Kirkwood
So Twitter wasn’t just a “subsidiary” of the FBI, as the Twitter Files Part 6 revealed. It was a handsomely paid subsidiary, which might explain why it acted so quickly to crush the Hunter Biden laptop story at the FBI’s behest.
From Michael Shellenberger’s Twitter Files Part 7, we now know that the FBI pushed Twitter to suppress the laptop story when it almost surely knew it was not “Russian disinformation,” and Twitter complied within hours.
Once again in those files, we see the names of San Francisco FBI man Elvis Chan and his boon companion at Twitter, the hate-Trump homosexual enforcer Yoel Roth.
The Bureau paid Twitter more than $3 million to censor posts the FBI didn’t like. And Twitter employed more than a few former agents.