Elon Musk Drops the Hammer, Shows Twitter Lawyer James Baker the ‘Exit’ Over Suppression Involvement Concerns

Elon Musk today dropped the hammer on Twitter lawyer James Baker and showed him the “exit” over suppression involvement concerns.

Musk made the announcement in response to a Jonathan Turley column that was shared in a tweet by Matt Taibbi.

The firing of Baker, who was the former FBI General Counsel, is likely to get leftists in a frenzy and accuse Musk of all sorts of nefarious things.

Taibbi shared the title for the column in the tweet: “Six Degrees from James Baker: A Familiar Figure Reemerges With the Release of the Twitter Files”

In response, Musk declared, “In light of concerns about Baker’s possible role in suppression of information important to the public dialogue, he was exited from Twitter today.”

Twitter user “Sam Gab” asked Musk in response, “Was he allowed to explain himself first?”

“Yes. His explanation was …unconvincing,” Musk elaborated.

Verified Twitter user Jeff Carlson said in a quote tweet of Musk’s original announcement, “No offense. But a month late.”

Turley pointed out in his column that Baker has been featured repeatedly in the Russian investigations launched by the Justice Department, including the hoax involving the Russian Alfa Bank.

Earlier today, U.S. House Rep Jim Jordan (R-OH) noted in a tweet that “FBI Agent Timothy Thibault tried to shut down an avenue of the Hunter Biden investigation. Then, Twitter hires former FBI General Counsel James Baker who helps give the company an excuse to suppress the story.”

Jordan then wondered if perhaps there was “coordination” given those two things being the case. “Coordination?” Jordan questioned.

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