Why Exactly Are So Many FBI Agents Working For Twitter!


Are we being spied on by Feds? Then why on earth does Twitter employs many former FBI agents?

Well, Alan MacLeod of Mint Press News will answer all that, MacLeod has released a bombshell exposé that details the large number of FBI employees hired by Twitter over the last five years.

Scott Horton, a podcaster over at the website Libertarian Institute, is wondering the same thing. Horton spoke with Mint Press writer Alan MacLeod about this bizarre phenomenon.

Mint Press reviewed a number of sources, including a number of employment and recruitment websites, and found that Twitter has hired a number of national security state officials for positions in security, trust, safety, and content.

Gee, it’s all starting to make sense now, right?

The most well-represented former employer at Twitter is the FBI. In 2019, Dawn Burton left her role as senior innovation officer to the FBI in order to become senior director of strategy and operations for legal, public policy, trust, and safety at Twitter. Burton previously served as the director of Washington operations for Lockheed Martin.

Aside from Burton, MacLeod, and Horton also discuss different examples of other former feds who spent their lives working for the FBI, and who have now made the big pivot to working with big tech.

With all the censorship on mostly Conservative voices, it is now becoming clear that the Deep State is running Big Tech. In addition, MacLeod also gets into the research he’s done on Facebook, Google, TikTok, and Reddit.

Former FBI agent and whistleblower Coleen Rowley told MintPress that she was “not surprised at all” to see FBI agents occupying high positions within social media companies. Rowley stated that there is now a “revolving door” between the FBI and the areas they are trying to regulate.

“The truth is that at the FBI 50% of all the normal conversations that people had were about how you were going to make money after retirement,” Rowley said.

You can listen here: Megaphone/Audio

You can also read the full bombshell report: MintPress

Sources: WayneDupree, MintPress

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