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WATCH: Elon Musk Reveals Stunning Government Overreach

I am not surprised by this in the slightest bit, I am just glad we finally have official confirmation of this. …

According to Elon Musk, various agencies inside the U.S. government had full access to Twitter under the previous management—including access to private, direct messages.

This calls into question the privacy of other social media applications and messaging platforms, are we truly safe using anything, even encrypted messaging apps?

How far does the state-corporate collusion really go, and has Elon Musk truly put an end to it, or is he simply allowing the surveillance to still go on behind the scenes?

The tech billionaire is set to discuss the details with Tucker Carlson tonight at 8 p.m. Eastern Time, for now, here is a clip from that interview, and the latest reports:

The Hill provided this quote from Musk:

“The degree to which government agencies effectively had full access to everything that was going on on Twitter blew my mind,” Musk, who recently founded an artificial intelligence company called X.AI, told Carlson in the interview set to air on Tuesday.

“I was not aware of that.”

“Would that include people’s DMs?” Carlson asked Musk.

“Yes,” Musk replied to Carlson.


Previously, Daily Caller revealed:

Google, Twitter, Meta and TikTok’s executive ranks have included over 200 former employees of surveillance government agencies, creating an employment pipeline between the government and Big Tech companies, a Daily Caller investigation found.

The technology companies recruited 248 employees from the DOJ, FBI, CIA and DHS, a LinkedIn search revealed. The hiring occurred mostly between 2017-2022, with several filling top director positions after having decade-long careers in the surveillance agencies.


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