Ex-CIA Agent Who Said Hunter Laptop Was Russian Disinformation Failed to Disclose Significant Big Tech Role

A former CIA agent who was a signatory to the now-infamous October 2020 open letter dismissing The New York Post’s reporting on Hunter Biden’s laptop emails as Russian disinformation was found to have worked at Twitter until last year, all while keeping her affiliation hidden from Congress.

The explosive details came to light in the newly discovered “Twitter Files” on Wednesday.

Nada Bakos, who held a position as a Twitter policy enforcement official, was among the 51 former intelligence agents who falsely claimed the Hunter Biden laptop story was Russian disinformation in their October 2020 letter, the New York Post reported.

Bakos, it turns out, had alerted her senior policy team at Twitter about her appearance on the New York Post’s March 2022 cover featuring the “spies who lie” who publicly cast doubt on the laptop’s authenticity, independent journalist Texas Lindsay revealed in her Twitter Files reporting.

What makes this revelation even more intriguing is that Bakos, along with her Twitter colleagues, took steps to conceal this information.

She made her Twitter account private and “locked down” her LinkedIn profile “in hopes of hiding the fact that she worked at Twitter,” Lindsay reported.

In an email to her colleagues, Bakos



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