Elon Musk biography revealed the “WTF” moment that could have cost Donald Trump everything in 2024

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Elon Musk’s Twitter takeover sent shockwaves through the establishment.

Alphabet agencies did not want any changes at the social media platforms they’d weaponized.

But now Musk’s biography has just revealed the “WTF” moment that could have cost Donald Trump everything in 2024. 

There were many enemies within 

Famed biographer Walter Isaacson took on Elon Musk with his latest project.

Isaacson got Musk to open up about his acquisition of social media giant Twitter.

One morsel from the forthcoming biography discusses the Twitter Files, the compendium of dispatches from independent journalists that uncovered malfeasance at the company under the old regime.

In one stunning moment, Musk discovered that the head of his legal department was a Deep State operative who was instrumental in the FBI’s Russiagate hoax.

Jim Baker was one of the main higher-ups responsible for suppressing the Hunter Biden “laptop from hell” story.

Suddenly, under Musk’s ownership, journalists were inquiring about the Hunter Biden story, and they had to send their queries through Baker himself.

A big Deep State plant

Former New York Times and Wall Street Journal reporter Bari Weiss, who now has a popular Substack account, told Isaacson about the episode.

Isaacson wrote, “As Weiss pushed the legal department to process more searches for her, she got a call from the company’s deputy general counsel, who said his name was Jim [Baker].”

Weiss told Isaacson, “My jaw dropped.”

She then texted Musk, “What the f***?” “You’re like asking the guy to do searches on himself? This makes no f***ing sense.”

When Musk found out Baker’s ties to the FBI and the Russian collusion probe, he was furious.

Musk told Isaacson, “It’s like asking Al Capone to, like, look into his own taxes.”

Musk could have torpedoed Trump simply by doing nothing but axing Baker may have been the single biggest decision that could put Trump back in the White House

The suppression of the New York Post’s “laptop from hell” bombshell stunned people both Left and Right.

The Post, the oldest newspaper in the country, was locked out of its account for over a week over the story.

Twitter would not even allow the story to be shared via private direct messages.

Regarding suppression of the story, Baker wrote in an email to Twitter executives, “I support the conclusion that we need more facts to assess whether the materials were hacked…At this stage, however, it’s reasonable for us to assume that they may have been and that caution is warranted.”

But Twitter did not apply the so-called hacked materials policy when it came to Donald Trump’s tax returns that were plastered all over the platform.

The Baker affair was just one example of the rot that had spread throughout Twitter.

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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