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CIA is involved in domestic censorship collusion with Big Tech, bombshell report reveals
By Belle Carter // May 28, 2024

A bombshell report recently proved that the government's intel arm colludes with Big Tech to impose domestic censorship.

Unlike the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), the law strictly prohibits Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) employees to spy or run clandestine operations against Americans in the United States. However, a new Twitter Files investigation has revealed that a member of the Board of Trustees of the CIA's mission-driven venture capital firm and "former" intelligence community (IC) and CIA analysts were involved in a 2021-2022 effort to take over Twitter's content management system.

Bestselling author and independent journalist Michael Shellenberger disclosed on May 23 that the said "project" between CIA and tech companies involved a long-time IC contractor and senior Department of Defense research and development official who spent years developing technologies to detect whistleblowers like Wikileaks' leakers. It also implicated the proposed head of the Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) aborted Disinformation Governance Board Nina Jankowicz, who aided U.S. military and NATO "hybrid war" operations in Europe.

On June 11, 2020, a little-known book publisher published Jankowicz's "How to Lose the Information War: Russia, Fake News and the Future of Conflict," which argues for an "info war" like the kind the U.S. government waged in Ukraine and Eastern Europe. She compared the lack of regulation of speech on social media regulations to the lack of government regulation of automobiles in the 1960s. She called for a "cross-platform" and public-private approach, so whatever actions are taken are taken by Google, Facebook and Twitter, simultaneously.

She also cited Europe as the model for regulating speech. "Germany's NetzDG law requires social media companies and other content hosts to remove 'obviously illegal' speech within twenty-four hours," she said, "or face a fine of up to $50 million." In the U.S. "Congress has yet to pass a bill imposing even the most basic of regulations related to social media and election advertising," she lamented.

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Meanwhile, Jim Baker, who helped start the "Russiagate" hoax and urged Twitter executives to censor the New York Post story on the contents of presidential son Hunter Biden's laptop, was also implicated in the collusion efforts. "These existing or former IC employees, contractors or intermediaries weren't satisfied with simply controlling Twitter. They also wanted to use PayPal, Amazon Web Services and GoDaddy in a totalizing effort to de-platform, de-monetize and excommunicate from the Internet entirely those individuals that the IC  et al. deems to be a threat," Shellenberger exposed.

He further expressed that the investigation may still need more information. "We do not know if officials within the CIA or any other IC organization ran the operation. It is possible that the only individuals involved in the effort were the ones we discovered. And none of the individuals involved responded to our request for information except for one," he pointed out. (Related: A global censorship prison built by the women of the CIA.)

Biden weaponizes FCC after CIA and FBI

In a recent opinion article by J. Michael Waller of Fox News, he indicated that Biden's Federal Communications Commission, an independent federal agency that regulates communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable across the United States, is being weaponized and is getting more dangerous than the FBI.

"Recovering from the spook revelations in the Twitter Files, the central government is increasingly marginalizing, censoring and silencing the free speech of Americans who express views that unaccountable bureaucrats believe should not be permitted," the story said. The harmless-looking FCC is making two power grabs aimed at Internet Service Providers (ISP), critics said. ISPs, as they are known, are the the companies that own and run the infrastructure that provides access to the Internet.

"We can thank dissident FCC commissioner Brendan Carr for sounding the alarm. The FCC agenda goes far beyond the FBI’s comparatively narrow suppression of individual accounts that the Twitter Files revealed," Waller said, adding that Carr warned that the FCC's power grab will allow the agency to grant privileges to politically compliant ISPs and to punish the politically non-compliant.

"President Biden gave the FCC its marching orders," Carr said last October. "The President called on the FCC to implement a one-page section of the 2021 Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act [Infrastructure Act] by adopting new rules of breathtaking scope, all in the name of ‘digital equity’"

Last year, a federal court issued a judgment against the administration, showing that some of those supposed "conspiracy theories" were actually true. The Missouri v Biden case ruling indicated that the central machine engaged in "coerced censorship" with social media companies to silence citizens with the wrong views.  Judge Terry Doughty even cited the United States Government as seemingly having assumed a role similar to an Orwellian "Ministry of Truth" from the novel "1984."

Of course, Biden's legal team appealed the case. Back in March, it was argued before the Supreme Court. The administration admitted it seeks to "coerce" certain forms of censorship. It complained that victims and individual states were using the courts "to audit all of the executive branch's communications with and about social media platforms."

Check out Censorship.news to read more about how the government is working with tech giants to suppress Americans' voices.

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