The plot continues to thicken at Twitter as new CEO and owner Elon Musk recently released incriminating information via substack journalist Matt Taibbi, highlighting a massive data drop of evidence that the social media platform has been engaged in serious censorship and suppression tactics.
Jack Dorsey, the former CEO of Twitter and co-founder of the company, tweeted this week that Musk should “make everything public now” regarding the rest of the “Twitter Files.”
Dorsey’s tweet was a response to Musk’s statement that they would “need another day or so” to release “Episode 2 of The Twitter Files” to the public.
“If the goal is transparency to build trust, why not just release everything without filter and let people judge for themselves?” Dorsey replied. “Including all discussions around current and future actions? Make everything public now. #TwitterFiles”
As reported by RSBN, the first “Twitter Files” drop in early December revealed that “connected actors” were contacting Twitter to have tweets deleted on the platform. Further, evidence surfaced that Twitter allegedly suppressed the scandalous story surrounding the Hunter Biden Laptop in 2020, preceding the presidential election.
Per Just the News, Musk fired company general counsel James Baker this week because of his potential role in covering up the laptop story in 2020, announcing that Baker “was exited” from the social media platform.
The “Twitter Files” dump revealed emails from Baker that indicated that he reportedly discussed censorship of the laptop story, the outlet reported.
“Most important data was hidden (from you too) and some may have been deleted, but everything we find will be released,” Musk told Dorsey on Twitter.
On Thursday night, Musk released the second part of the anticipated “Twitter Files” by directing users to a thread from Bari Weiss, the founder and editor of The Free Press.