According to a report by Jon Levine of the New York Post, executives and former FBI agents joined Twitter's top ranks, which suggests that the presidential election in 2020 might be influenced by a single party.
The report noted that the FBI had a significant influence on Twitter even before Elon Musk acquired the company. In December, Baker was removed from his position after journalist Matt Taibbi revealed that the agency was intentionally slowing down the release of the so-called Twitter Files.
The report was based on the latest release of the so-called Twitter Files, which revealed that the FBI shared a close relationship with other law enforcement agencies when it came to removing political content from the platform.
According to Levine, some of the individuals who joined Twitter were close to the company's leadership team and were involved in suppressing a story about Hunter Biden in October 2020.
In June 2020, Williams joined Twitter as a senior director of product trust. According to his LinkedIn page, he spent over 15 years working for the FBI. He most recently served as an intelligence program management manager.
Records from the Federal Election Commission show that Williams was a regular contributor to the Democrat Party. Before Musk's acquisition of Twitter, the company had already been regarded as a left-leaning organization. In fact, 99% of its employees gave to the Democratic Party.
The Post also provided an example of how former FBI Director James Comey's chief of Staff, who was also a federal prosecutor, worked at Twitter. In September 2019, Burton joined Twitter as its senior director of operations and strategy. She then transitioned to work for Google, where she was the head of the ads privacy and safety division.
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