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State-run Social Media: The FBI Is Working With Big Tech To Censor News And Hide Corruption Reader 12/10/2022 (Sat) 13:11 Id: 422cd5 [Preview] No. 19447
State-run Social Media: The FBI Is Working With Big Tech To Censor News And Hide Corruption

The third installment of Elon Musk's release of internal Twitter communications has been released, once again via veteran journalist Matt Taibbi:


The Gateway Pundit previously reported in May that the Missouri and Louisiana Attorneys General filed a lawsuit (Missouri v. Biden) against the Biden Administration, including Joe Biden himself, Anthony Fauci, the Department of Homeland Security and nearly a dozen federal agencies and Secretaries.

The suit alleges a massive coordinated effort by the Deep State, the permanent administrative state, to work with Big Tech to censor and manipulate Americans – from average citizens to news outlets – on issues including the Hunter Biden Laptop from Hell, 2020 Election Integrity, COVID-19 origin and extent skepticism, COVID-19 vaccine skepticism, among other issues.

Last week the Attorneys General interviewed FBI Agent Elvis Chan. This interview was very revealing. It showed that our FBI is totally corrupt and one-sided.

The FBI also worked with social media to kill the Hunter laptop story before the 2020 election.


Twitter has created a series of barriers and tools for moderators to prevent specific tweets and topics from trending, or limit the visibility of entire accounts without users’ knowledge, according to internal correspondence and interviews with multiple high-level sources within the company.

Despite repeated public assurances by top Twitter officials that the company does not “shadow ban” users, especially not “based on political viewpoints or ideology,” the practice actually existed under the euphemism of “visibility filtering,” according to journalist Bari Weiss, who published the second installment of the so-called ‘Twitter Files’ in a lengthy thread on Thursday night.

Twitter moderators have the power to add the user to categories such as “Trends Blacklist,” “Search Blacklist” and “Do Not Amplify,” to limit the scope of a particular tweet or entire account’s discoverability – all without users’ knowledge or any warning.

Weiss noted that the tools were even used to limit the reach of academics, including Stanford University’s Dr. Jay Bhattacharya, who courted controversy after challenging the effectiveness of Covid-19 lockdowns and other pandemic mandates. He ended up on Twitter's “Trends Blacklist,” keeping his posts out of the site’s trending section, the documents show.


Reader 12/10/2022 (Sat) 13:12 Id: 422cd5 [Preview] No.19448 del
The federal government has awarded $5 million to a group of journalists called Hacks/Hackers to develop software that will encourage regular Americans to confront their friends over “harmful” posts, and “correct misinformation” by replying with text suggested by the software.

The group is also organizing Wikipedia censors to determine who is a “credible source” on vaccines, and block anyone else from being cited on the online encyclopedia. Job ads for the project do not require that applicants have any expertise in medicine.

That list is already taking shape on Wikipedia, with liberal outlets such as The New York Times, Washington Post, Guardian, and The Atlantic all marked “reliable.” Conservative sites, including The Daily Wire, Daily Mail, Epoch Times, and The Federalist, are all classified as either “unreliable” or “conspiracy.”

The group led by Hacks/Hackers received $5 million from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to develop “the Analysis and Response Toolkit for Trust (ARTT), a suite of expert-informed resources that are intended to provide guidance and encouragement to individuals and communities as they address contentious or difficult topics online,” it said on October 24.

Users are encouraged to paste in their friends’ Twitter and Facebook posts, and the tool will tell them how “harmful” they are. Then it “suggests relevant responses through tailored response examples or templates” that the user should copy and paste as a reply, according to a video demonstrating the software.

“Every day there are motivated citizens, like librarians, health communicators, and amateur volunteers, who engage with the misinformation that is posted by their peers and make efforts to share reliable information to empower their communities,” the video said

ARTT says it uses psychology techniques to change people’s views–though when purveyors of “misinformation” do similar, the ARTT tool calls it “psychological manipulation tactics.”


Reader 12/11/2022 (Sun) 13:16 Id: d3f8a9 [Preview] No.19455 del
Americans used to hate criminals and the homeless, but now every American is a criminal and soon every American will be homeless.

Reader 12/11/2022 (Sun) 14:39 Id: 3b706d [Preview] No.19457 del
Much love from Kazahkstan. I hate the FBI so much its unreal.

Reader 12/12/2022 (Mon) 03:40 Id: 4ea432 [Preview] No.19458 del

If a legit government agency that enforced the law in an unbiased, and fair way, by Constitutional Law, I would have nothing to ridicule them for, in fact I'd commend them.

BUT that's just not the way it is anymore, is it?

Reader 12/12/2022 (Mon) 03:43 Id: 4ea432 [Preview] No.19459 del
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I'd say the real problem is the government is trying to turn innocent people into criminals, all while protecting their crony special interests (many whom are actually criminals!)

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