by Shane Trejo, Big League Politics:
Frances Haugen, the former Facebook employee commonly being called a “whistleblower” by the fake news media, helped suppress the infamous Hunter Biden laptop story in the lead up to the 2020 presidential election.
The Post Millennial has reported that Haugen served on the Facebook civic integrity team that decided to put the lid on the Hunter Biden story last year despite its accuracy and its potential to affect the results of the upcoming election.
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Additionally, Haugen is being represented by White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki’s public relations firm and received an expedited blue checkmark of verification on Twitter. She is also receiving “strategic guidance” from a consulting firm run by former Obama deputy press secretary Bill Burton.
This is a far cry from how legitimate whistleblowers such as WikiLeaks’ founder Julian Assange, NSA leaker Edward Snowden, James O’Keefe at Project Veritas, and their various associates usually operate.
Just spoke with James O’Keefe on War Room
He confirmed 60 Minutes has never invited on any of his whistleblowers from Silicon Valley or anywhere else
— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec) October 5, 2021
The case of Haugen, who is advocating for Facebook to stifle speech and enact Big Brother even more quickly than they already are, has all the hallmarks of an astroturfed gaslighting operation.
Big League Politics reported on how fake whistleblowers were deployed throughout the Trump administration to undermine his “America First” agenda with carefully-choreographed media disinformation campaigns:
“Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) exposed the name of CIA whistleblower Eric Ciaramella on the Senate floor on Tuesday, in a move that has enraged leftists desperate to protect the anonymity of the veteran Democrat and deep state operative.
Paul was enraged that Chief Justice John Roberts denied his ability to ask questions about Ciaramella while the Senate impeachment trial was being waged last week.
“I’m going to ask that question again this morning because the Constitution does protect debate,” Paul said. “I think they made a big mistake not allowing my question. My question did not talk about anybody who is a whistleblower, my question did not accuse anybody of being whistleblower, it did not make a statement believing that someone was a whistleblower. I simply named two people’s names because I think it’s very important to know what happened.”
Paul explained his position and how he supports protection but not necessarily anonymity for whistleblowers.
“In the first month of [Trump’s] office, in January of 2017, they were already plotting the impeachment,” he alleged. “And you say ‘Well, we should protect the whistleblower, and the whistleblower deserves anonymity.’ The law does not preserve anonymity. His boss is not supposed to say anything about him, he’s not supposed to be fired. I’m for that.”