REVEALED: Twitter Employed So Many ‘Former’ FBI Operatives That They Formed Their Own Private Slack Channel at Company – 115 ‘Former’ Intel Agents Work at Facebook!

Former FBI official James Baker

There were so many ‘former’ FBI agents at Twitter that they had their own private Slack group.

On Monday independent journalist Michael Shellenberger published the latest Twitter Files release.

The latest release included several details on how the FBI worked with Twitter executives to ban any mention of the Hunter Biden laptop story before the 2020 election.

Specifically, today’s release details FBI’s Elvis Chan relationship with Twitter’s Yoel Roth.

BREAKING: Twitter Files Part 7 Released: The FBI & the Hunter Biden Laptop

In today’s release we found out just how close the FBI was with Twitter. The social media giant had so many ‘former’ FBI agents employed at the company that the FBI agents started their own private Slack channel.

More than a dozen former FBI agents were employed at Twitter.

This included James Baker, one of the architects of Spygate. Baker was fired by Elon Musk at Twitter earlier this month for continuing to hide information from the American public on the dee state’s interference in the 2020 election and their campaign to silence conservative voices in America.

James Baker was certainly NOT acting like a former FBI employee while at Twitter.

UPDATE: Via Jesse Watters: 115 former intel agents work at Facebook.

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