[VIDEO] Why many former FBI agents are acting as “content moderators”?

Here’s a million-dollar question for the day: Why are so many former FBI agents working as content moderators for Twitter?

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Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.


We will be Scott HortonThe website is a podcaster from the Libertarian Institute, thinking the same thing.

Scott spoke to Mint Press writer Alan McLeod about this bizarre incident.

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McLeod has reported something in-depth on the subject, and what he has discovered is a staggering number of former FBI agents who have joined Twitter and are working in the “Content Moderation” section, where they see what you and I are saying.

Yeah Al that sounds pretty crap to me, Looks like BT aint for me either.

McLeod and Scott discuss various examples of former Feds who have spent their lives working for the FBI, and who have now created large pivots to work with big technology.

I mean, if we didn’t know that Deep State was running Big Tech, it might sound weird, but really, it’s a perfect, albeit awful, seemingly appropriate, where we are nowadays.

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McLeod also participated in research on Facebook, Google, TikTok, and Reddit.


All this time we thought it was the blue-haired millennials who are blocking conservatives from social media.

It turns out he’s a retired FBI agent.

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In fact, it makes even more sense.

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