BREAKING: Twitter Files Part 7 Released: The FBI & the Hunter Biden Laptop

<div>BREAKING: Twitter Files Part 7 Released: The FBI & the Hunter Biden Laptop</div>
BREAKING: Twitter Files Part 7 Released: The FBI & the Hunter Biden Laptop

<div>BREAKING: Twitter Files Part 7 Released: The FBI & the Hunter Biden Laptop</div>

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Elon Musk’s Twitter Files part 7 was released Monday morning by Michael Shellenberger.

Part 7: The FBI & the Hunter Biden Laptop

Recall, in Twitter files 6, we saw the constant contact the FBI had with Twitter.

“In Twitter Files #7, we present evidence pointing to an organized effort by representatives of the intelligence community (IC), aimed at senior executives at news and social media companies, to discredit leaked information about Hunter Biden before and after it was published.” Michael Shellenberger said.

The story begins in December 2019 when a Delaware computer store owner named John Paul (J.P.) Mac Isaac contacts the FBI about a laptop that Hunter Biden had left with him.

By Aug 2020, Mac Isaac still had not heard back from the FBI, even though he had discovered evidence of criminal activity. And so he emails Rudy Giuliani, who was under FBI surveillance at the time.

In early October, Giuliani gives it to the New York Post.

Hunter Biden’s lawyer emailed John Paul Mac Isaac shortly before 7 pm on October 13.

At 9:22 pm ET (6:22 PT), FBI Special Agent Elvis Chan sends 10 documents to Twitter’s then-Head of Site Integrity, Yoel Roth, through Teleporter, a one-way communications channel from the FBI to Twitter.

The next day, October 14, 2020, The New York Post runs its explosive story revealing the business dealings of President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter. Every single fact in it was accurate.

And yet, within hours, Twitter and other social media companies censor the NY Post article, preventing it from spreading and, more importantly, undermining its credibility in the minds of many Americans.

It was all hands on deck to influence Twitter and other platforms.

During all of 2020, the FBI and other law enforcement agencies repeatedly primed Yoel Roth to dismiss reports of Hunter Biden’s laptop as a Russian “hack and leak” operation.

The FBI did the same thing to Facebook.

Were the FBI warnings of a Russian hack-and-leak operation relating to Hunter Biden based on *any* new intel?

No, they weren’t

“Through our investigations, we did not see any similar competing intrusions to what had happened in 2016,” admitted FBI agent Elvis Chan in Nov.

The FBI reported very little Russian activity.

Twitter debunked false claims by journalists of foreign influence on its platform.

Yoel Roth debunked one of WaPo’s fake news articles alleging foreign influence in a pro-Trump tweet.

In January 2020, Yoel Roth resisted FBI efforts to get Twitter to share data outside of the normal search warrant process.

However, pressure from the IC community to share Twitter information.

“We have seen a sustained (If uncoordinated) effort by the IC [intelligence community] to push us to share more info & change our API policies. They are probing & pushing everywhere they can (including by whispering to congressional staff).”

The FBI repeatedly asked Twitter for evidence of foreign influence.

Despite Twitter’s pushback, the FBI repeatedly requests information from Twitter that Twitter has already made clear it will not share outside of normal legal channels.

Then, in July 2020, the FBI’s Elvis Chan arranges for temporary Top Secret security clearances for Twitter executives so that the FBI can share information about threats to the upcoming elections.

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Author: Cristina Laila