Elon Musk Fires FBI Russia Collusion Hoaxer Who Was Planted Inside Twitter

April 11, 2022, Brazil. In this photo illustration the Twitter logo seen displayed on a smartphone with the Elon Musk's official Twitter profile

What does Hillary Clinton keeping hot sauce in her purse (allegedly) have to do with Twitter’s former general counsel being an FBI agent in charge of the Russia collusion hoax? Lots, according to comedian and commentator Jimmy Dore.

As the Twitter Files were being released at the end of last week, the journalists in charge of tweeting about the files noticed that some materials were missing. The reason they were missing was Twitter’s general counsel JUST SO HAPPENED to be former disgraced FBI General Counsel Jim Baker. He was withholding documents so the public wouldn’t find out that FBI agents were literally violating their oath of office by working with Twitter to censor Americans.

Musk fired Baker immediately, although it’s not clear why he didn’t realize the Russia hoaxer was working there in the first place. Musk said that Baker’s explanation to him on withholding documents was “unconvincing.”

 

How unconvincing? According to Jimmy Dore, it’s about as unconvincing as Hillary Clinton carrying hot sauce around in her purse during the 2016 election to pander to black voters. (Spoiler: She’s not very convincing.)

There’s a lot to unpack in this video as Jimmy Dore hilariously peels back the layers of deception about a Russia hoaxing former FBI guy who was censoring conservatives to rig the 2020 election. Maybe someday Jimmy will take a look at the fact that an FBI agent works as Arizona’s Director of Elections in Katie Hobbs’ office as well.

In the meantime, enjoy this explanation of how the FBI’s tentacles are inside the Big Tech companies and working against America…


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