Elon Musk Exposes Twitter’s Plotting against Trump in Latest Secret Files Drop

Elon Musk has released “The Twitter Files: Part Three” which exposes the plotting by the company’s former executives to ban President Donald Trump during his presidency.

The bombshell secret files show internal discussions from Twitter that reveal executives had developed a framework for banning Trump while he was a sitting president.

According to the files, Twitter had established the framework long before January 6 2021 but used the Capitol riot as an excuse to execute the plan to ban Trump.

The agenda of the company’s left-wing executives is made clear by statements such as, “the narrative that Trump and his friends have pursued over the course of this election and frankly the last 4+ years must be taken into account.”

The latest drop of documents was detailed on Twitter by journalist Matt Taibbi, who was tasked by Musk to publish the findings.

This is the third release of what are known as “Twitter Files.”

It is the first release of files pertaining to President Trump’s account ban in January 2021.

In a lengthy Twitter thread, Taibbi focuses on the internal communications at Twitter between January 6 and January 8, 2021.

The conversations suggest that even the employees of the social media company understood the move to censor a sitting U.S. president would have a historical impact.

“Is this the first sitting head of state to ever be suspended?” one Twitter user asked in internal communications.

After banning Trump, Twitter executives appeared to relish their newfound power.

They even flirted with banning future the official @POTUS and @WhiteHouse accounts.

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However, they ultimately decided that the accounts “will be transitioned over to the new administration in due course and will not be suspended by Twitter unless absolutely necessary.”

With regards to their reasons for banning Trump’s account, one Twitter executive said in an internal chat: “the narrative that Trump and his friends have pursued over the course of this election and frankly the last 4+ years must be taken into account.”

In his Twitter thread, Taibbi pointed out that the “intellectual framework” for banning Trump’s account was already laid out before January 6, which suggests that the Capitol Riots were simply their excuse for finally doing what they had always wanted to do.

“The bulk of the internal debate leading to Trump’s ban took place in those three January days. However, the intellectual framework was laid in the months preceding the Capitol riots,” he said.

In addition to these revelations, Taibbi also published several damning internal documents pertaining to Twitter executives communicating with federal agencies during the 2020 presidential election.

Internal conversations via the messaging program Slack revealed Twitter executives “getting a kick out of intensified relationships with federal agencies,” Taibbi said.

“I’m a big believer in calendar transparency,” former Twitter “Trust and Safety” head Yoel Roth said in an internal chat.

“But I reached a certain point where my meetings became… very interesting… to people and there weren’t meeting names generic enough to cover.

“Very Boring Business Meeting That Is Definitely Not About Trump :)” Roth continued.

“DEFINITELY NOT meeting with the FBI I SWEAR.”

Other internal documents suggest that the FBI, DHS, and Office of the Director of National Intelligence (DNI) met with Roth about the New York Post‘s bombshell Hunter Biden laptop story.

Twitter and Facebook infamously censored the story during the 2020 presidential election to protect then-Democrat candidate Joe Biden.

“We blocked the NYP story, then we unblocked it… and now we’re in a messy situation where our policy is in shambles, comms is angry, reporters think we’re idiots,” Roth complained in an internal chat.

“In short, FML [F**k My Life].”

“We just got a report from the FBI concerning 2 tweets,” another internal Twitter chat reads.

Taibbi added that more details regarding “the chaos inside Twitter on January 7th” and “the secret internal communications from the key date of January 8th” will be revealed over the weekend.

Check back for updates on this developing story.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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