Jun 26, 2022. Are Twitter, TikTok, Facebook and other social media platforms hiring from the FBI, military, NATO, CIA and U.S. State Department? It seems they are. This hiring tendency has not been widely reported in mainstream news because the revelation seems to have originated in an investigation by Russian media sources. Much of the evidence for the claim, however, is publicly verifiable. Here are some examples you can verify for yourself.
FBI veteran Karen Walsh, who according to her Twitter profile served as a special agent for 21 years, has become director of business resilience at the Silicon Valley-based company. Mark Jaroszewski, director of security and enterprise risk at Twitter, joined the Twitter team after more than 20 years with the FBI.
Mark Jaroszewski, the current director of corporate security and risk at Twitter, had previously worked for 20+ years at the FBI. Also, there is Karen Walsh, director of corporate resilience at Twitter after 21 years as a special agent with the FBI.
Twitter also directly employs active army officers. In 2019, Gordon Macmillan, the head of editorial for the entire Europe, Middle East and Africa region was revealed to be an officer in the British Army’s notorious 77th Brigade – a unit dedicated to online warfare and psychological operations. This bombshell news was steadfastly ignored across the media.
Twitter also directly employs serving army officers. In 2019, Gordon Macmillan, the editorial director for the entire Europe, Middle East and Africa region, was revealed to be an officer from the infamous 77th Brigade. of the British Army – a unit dedicated to online warfare and psychological operations. This explosive news was firmly ignored in the media.
Facebook also hired former NATO Press Secretary, Ben Nimmo, as its head of intelligence.
According to the MintPress report, TikTok, Reddit, Thomson Reuters, and a variety of US media outlets have also been filling their organizations with alumni from US national institutions such as the Atlantic Council, NATO, CIA, and the State Department.