FBI Hiding the Ball on Communications With Twitter

FBI Hiding the Ball on Communications With Twitter

  • November 30, 2023

David Strom, HotAir

 If there is anything the FBI knows, you can’t be convicted if there is no evidence to prove something. That is undoubtedly why it is stonewalling Protect the Public Trust‘s FOIA request for documents containing communications between its agents and Twitter regarding censorship.

As long as they can hide the ball, the MSM can claim that there are only unverified “allegations” about the FBI’s coordinated campaign to violate the First Amendment rights of Americans.

PPT is being forced to sue the government to get what is clearly public information under the law, which I suppose is on-brand for today’s FBI. After all, censoring information is now one of their primary tasks. The public has no right to know because they might come to the “wrong” conclusions.

I have, until recently, had great respect for the FBI, wrongly believing they were there to protect the public from predators of all kinds.

Now I know they are themselves predators, using their authority to gain control over the public discourse and political power.

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