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Elon's Twitter War

Elon's Twitter Saga Continues!

Jack Dorsey rips Twitter’s board, says it has ‘consistently been the dysfunction of the company’

Fake Saudi Shareholder!!

Interesting coincidence...

Elon fired back at him asking what the Kingdom’s views are on journalistic freedom of speech.

This may be related:

"It was 45 that got his USSS to rescue the Prince on the night of the Las Vegas shooting. The Prince was in a hotel nearby (remember reports of shots being fired at a 2nd nearby hotel - people were running for cover) and it is believed that he had an assassination attempt on his life. It is believed the the mass killings at the Country Music concert was part of the diversion. I remember seeing PICS of the Prince IN CIVILIAN CLOTHES being ushered away by a team of USSS or maybe it was 45s own security? - it’s something we will never know. It was not long after that that 45 travelled to SA and was honored with The Sword Dance. 45 brought with him evidence of child sex trafficking into SA and many Saudi royals were involved. Hence them being locked in the Hotel Carlton Ritz."


Ha !!!

Biden's People Strike at Musk:

Elon Musk is now under joint investigation by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Department of Justice (DOJ) after making a move to buy Twitter and presumably restore free speech on the monolithic social media platform.

Musk is under investigation with regards to his Tesla corporation for alleged non-compliance with regulations, according to Charlie Gasparino of Fox Business

“I think it’s very important for there to be an inclusive arena for free speech.

“Twitter has become kind of the de facto town square. So it’s just really important that people have both the reality and the perception that they’re able to speak freely within the bounds of the law,” Musk said, according to The Verge.

Twitter should “open source the algorithm” to build trust, he said.

“The code should be on GitHub so people can look through it,” Musk said.

Chris Anderson of TED asked Musk about a “Plan B” if his current offer to buy up Twitter’s shares is rejected.

“There is,” Musk replied, according to CNBC. He did not elaborate.

Trump helps by driving down the stock:

In an interview with Sirius XM's Americano Media on Wednesday, before Musk's announcement, Trump said he "probably wouldn't have any interest" in returning to the platform, where he had almost 90 million followers.

"You know, Twitter has become very boring. They've gotten rid of a lot of their good voices ... a lot of their conservative voices," Trump said.

As Elon Musk, CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, is seeking to buy Twitter, he announced that if his bid succeeds and he takes over ownership of the social media giant, board members will not be paid anything.

“Board salary will be $0 if my bid succeeds, so that’s ~$3M/year saved right there,” Musk wrote in a Twitter post Monday.

Very Funny Elon Musk Twitter Ad video made by somebody:

From the Nebulator:

This isn't really about Elon Musk or Twitter, as I said yesterday, but about the corporate media and Big Tech ripping their mask off in a bid to preserve their ability to censor.

As Glenn Greenwald pointed out today — in a Twitter thread, no less — the censorship is 100% ideological: One can't report on Hunter Biden emails at all, or have a Covid take different from whatever Fauci and the WHO say at any given time, or say that the 2020 election wasn't perfect (but you CAN claim 2016 or 2000 were rigged/stolen/etc.):

"You're allowed to spread any lies, propaganda and disinformation you want if it advances the Ukrainian cause (i.e., the US/NATO cause), but will be instantly banned if you say anything that challenges that on the ground of 'Russia disinformation.' This is all explicit."

Greenwald added that social media was supposed to liberate us from centralized control, but instead became "the exact opposite: the most powerful tool of information control and speech constraints ever devised."

I said as much myself, back in May 2021. It's been obvious for a while, really. What's changed is that Twitter and the rest of the corporate media and government, caught mid-orgy by Musk's proposal, gave us incontrovertible proof this was indeed so.

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