NYT Loves FBI: SWAT Teams, Surveillance, Pressuring Twitter All Cool
For decades the New York Times used the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a symbol of the fears of oppressive government surveillance. The Times has cheerfully tossed all that history aside to engage in knee-jerk defense of the agency -- when it’s Republicans doing the criticizing. Reporters Adam Goldman and Alan Feuer raced to defend the paper’s favorite domestic…
Top 7 Free Speech Hits and Misses of 2022 (CensorTrack with Paiten)
2022 was quite the year for free speech. Before we officially enter the new year, let’s take a look back at the top seven best – and worst – free speech moments of 2022. This is not intended to serve as a ranked list, but to highlight the seven most prominent stories highlighting Big Tech censorship throughout the year.
Twitter Files Reveal CIA, FBI Pressured Twitter to Censor Content
Saturday's Twitter Files drop showed that the CIA joined the FBI in meddling in censorship decisions on the platform.
CNN’s Darcy Says Elon Musk ‘Misleading the Public’ with Twitter Files
CNN senior media reporter Oliver Darcy acted like a flunky for the FBI, throwing a conniption over Twitter owner Elon Musk’s revelations that the bureau paid the platform millions to “censor” Americans.
FBI Cries Over ‘Conspiracy Theorists’ after Twitter Files Exposure
The FBI finally issued an official statement on revelations of its work with Big Tech to censor Americans in the Twitter Files. The explanation? The people reporting on the files are “conspiracy theorists.”
Bozell SHREDS FBI for Spreading ‘Disinformation’ About Twitter Files
Locked and loaded Thursday morning on the Fox Business Network’s Varney & Co., Media Research Center Founder and President Brent Bozell told fill-in host David Asman that the FBI “knowingly” lied and peddled “disinformation” in a statement smearing the Twitter Files with it having been “none of [their] damn” business to suppress the New York Post’s Hunter Biden reporting…
The FBI Files: The FBI Pressured Twitter to Reveal Private User Info
The FBI attempted to dodge the legal process and “get Twitter to share data outside of the normal search warrant process,” according to independent journalist Michael Shellenberger, who broke the Twitter Files Part 7 story Monday.
WOW: Twitter Files Suggest FBI Paid Big Tech Platform Over $3 Million
It turns out that not only did the Ministry of Truth brigade at the FBI prime Twitter to censor the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, it was also reportedly paying the Big Tech platform millions.
TWITTER FILES: FBI ‘Primed’ Roth to Censor Hunter Biden Laptop Story
The newest batch of Twitter Files shows that the FBI appears to have intentionally “primed” Twitter executives to censor the New York Post Hunter Biden laptop story after a months-long witch hunt for foreign disinformation on the platform.
Nets Ignore Twitter Files Round 6 For 'High-Profile' Suspended Journos
ABC, NBC, and CBS all ignored round six of the Twitter Files on their Saturday morning shows. The revelation that the FBI was working with Twitter to suppress content was not nearly as interesting to them as Elon Musk’s version of Twitter suspending several accounts for sharing information about his private jet and physical location.
FBI Director Admits 70% of Post-Roe Violence Is On Pro-Lifers
Does the FBI care about violence against pro-lifers?
NYT: Failed Mueller Probe Noble, Durham’s Mere ‘Fodder for Grievances'
New York Times legal reporter Charlie Savage and the paper’s official fact-checker Linda Qiu teamed up on Wednesday’s front page to cover the acquittal of Igor Danchenko for lying to the FBI in “Russian Analyst for Trump Dossier Acquitted of Lying to the FBI.” For the Times, it was a golden opportunity to again bash special counsel John Durham’s investigation into how the FBI…
Caving to the Left? Big Tech to Censor So-Called Election Misinfo
The U.S. midterm elections are just around the corner and the legacy media have donned their activist hats. The liberal media have been calling on social media platforms to more actively combat so-called “misinformation” online.