On Thursday, independent journalist Matt Taibbi released the latest installment of the ‘Twitter Files’ that showed the incestuous relationship between Twitter and globalist NGO’s such as the Atlantic Council and National Endowment for Democracy.

In the Aspen Institute, an NGO that receives millions of dollars in State Department funding, top members released a report coming to the conclusion that the US government should have access to Twitter’s data to make censorship efforts easier and that the US government should actively restrict ‘misinformation’.

Head Twitter moderator Yoel Roth was a member of the organization at the time of the report.

Taibbi’s report also found that in some cases, censorship requests from government officials and NGO’s were not made because the posts contained factually inaccurate information, but because they promoted ‘anti-vaccine’ or ‘anti-Ukraine’ narratives.

The censors labeled the tweets ‘Malinformation’, implying that the information was not inaccurate, but harmful for people to have access to.

Taibbi’s new report comes on the heels of his appearance in front of the U.S House of Representatives for the Weaponization of the Federal Government Committee.

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On Thursday, Matt Taibbi tweeted out another round of the Twitter files concerning what he dubbed the “Censorship-Industrial Complex,” and reported on an “incestuous self-appointed truth squad” moving within Twitter, government agencies, establishment media, and non-profit organizations all of whom ideologically align in censorship efforts.

Twitter owner Elon Musk tweeted that the revelations were “Concerning,” as Taibbi highlighted an internal document from “the ultimate example of the absolute fusion of state, corporate, and civil society organizations,” Stanford Internet Observatory’s Election Integrity Partnership, who said “True content” might “promote vaccine hesitancy” such as “stories of true vaccine side effects” which they deemed “malinformation” as opposed to mis or disinformation.

The new round of the Twitter Files was released the same day as a Congressional hearing on the Twitter Files, which have been a series of reports detailing internal records at Twitter concerning the company’s censorship efforts, especially regarding Covid and censorship.

In Thursday’s batch of Twitter Files, Taibbi began by noting that previous installments “focused on the company, which at times acted like a power above government” or “more like a partner to government.”

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