“I wanted to tell everyone that there is a cancer within the government and when I tried to weed it out, I got fired,” Gilmore wrote. “It was just easier for government management to get rid of me rather than to deal with the underlying issue.”Dan Gilmore, Former NSA Contractor
Classified US Intelligence Chat Rooms a ‘Dumpster Fire’ of Hate Speech, Says Ex-NSA Contractor
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“This is hilarious because during the Trump years, it was nothing but rabid leftists (government, military, & contractors) constantly bashing the Commander-in-Chief. I was floored that they were posting such vitriol on a government system during duty hours.
FTA: An internal U.S. intelligence messaging system became a “dumpster fire” of hate speech during the Trump administration, a veteran National Security Agency contractor says. And it’s “ongoing,” another Defense Department contractor tells SpyTalk.
Dan Gilmore, who was in charge of overseeing internal chat rooms for the Intelink system for over a decade starting in 2011, says that by late 2020 the system was afire with incendiary hate-filled commentary, especially on “eChirp,” the intelligence community’s clone of Twitter.