Jim Baker Fired from Twitter After Scrubbing FBI Out of TwitterFiles

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Jim Baker reviewed the “Twitter files” and scrubbed them after Elon Musk explained Matt Taibbi would take a detour and report on his involvement.  Remarkably, Baker did it brazenly without Elon Musk’s knowledge or permission.

The FBI will probably promote Baker and give him an honorable service award.

CEO Elon Musk quickly escorted Baker out of the building on Tuesday after he intercepted the Twitter Files before they could get to Taibbi. He erased references to the FBI.

Matt Taibbi said FBI counsel James Baker was “vetting” the Twitter files before anyone could see them, and that’s what caused the delay on Friday.


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The Prisoner
The Prisoner
2 months ago

Baker’s act was brazen, showing desperation, he knew detection was likely. Twitter is not the FBI, where Baker can hide evidence and be unchecked. Musk set a trap for Baker, it was so easy. Baker is part of a criminal gang. He was given an order to hide the evidence, just like a mafia leader would order a hit.

This is an FBI crook who attempted a coup and interfered in 2 presidential elections working in a propaganda operation hiding evidence. That is an incredible scandal, and shows us how corrupt the failed USA is.

Canadian Friend
Canadian Friend
2 months ago

Basically this confirms the FBI did very bad things

Why else would someone erase any trace of it ?

Anonymous
Anonymous
2 months ago

how did Musk NOT know to get rid of that POS, shame on him and his naivite

GuvGeek
GuvGeek
2 months ago

I wonder if Musk can drag Baker into Court for willful misconduct that Materially Hurt the New Twitter Branding??? Sounds like he may have been trying to hide his past criminal activities. We need to start hurting these people for their despicable actions! Dragging this guy through court for 10 years would be a good start since Musk has the money to do it.

Huapakechi
2 months ago

Used to be that people caught in similar situations were turned over to professional torturers, or the firing involved real fire.