The good news just keeps on rolling for the future of Twitter, and not a moment too soon, considering the devastating damage that the platform has wreaked across the planet.
While the babies, err, employees at Twitter may be throwing a fit over the horror of different opinions, the rest of the world is more than eager for the woke elites to loosen their grip on one of the world’s most powerful microphones.
After all, in what universe do the world’s worst despots have access to Twitter while the perennially popular former President Donald J. Trump has been permanently banned?
Apparently, Trump’s “encouragement” of January 6 serves as sufficient means for a ban, despite the fact CNN paid $35,000 to a BLM activist for violent footage taken from inside the capital.
Hilariously, CNN basically calls for life imprisonment for Trump supporters while paying a BLM activist … for doing the exact same thing.
Not that many people in the United States would know these facts, however considering how eager Twitter has been to suppress them.
Which is precisely why Elon Musk, previously a darling of the left due to his electric vehicle endeavors, has rapidly become an enemy of the left by declaring his support of free speech and backing up that claim by purchasing Twitter.
Needless to say, current Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal was a bit taken aback, and when furious Twitter employees demanded to know whether or not Trump’s account would be reinstated, Agrawal was fairly vague.
“Once the deal closes, we don’t know which direction the platform will go,” he mused.
Despite the breathtaking lack of detail in Agrawal’s response, one could certainly deduce new and improved changes based on commentary from Musk himself.
Musk has already voiced rather legitimate concerns about “too many engineers not doing enough,” to the extent he suggested converting Twitter’s headquarters to a homeless shelter as “no one shows up” anyway.
Hey, woke Twitter employees should be all over the opportunity to actually do something to show how “progressive” they really are, but lefties tend to limit their “actions” to a bunch of furious, hate-driven tweets.
Which are about to be resoundingly stomped out, especially with their pathetic attempts to maintain the right to hate and intimidate anyone who thinks differently than the leftist mob online.
BLM, for instance, which apparently doesn’t know how to file a tax return in spite of receiving tens of millions in funding, actually sent a ghostwritten letter to Twitter advertisers in conjunction with other clueless, corrupt organizations, one that effectively threatened to smear their reputation if they dared to continue “supporting” Twitter.
“As top advertisers on Twitter, your brand risks association with a platform amplifying hate, extremism, health misinformation, and conspiracy theorists. Under Musk’s management, Twitter risks becoming a cesspool of misinformation, with your brand attached, polluting our information ecosystem in a time where trust in institutions and news media is already at an all-time low,” the letter blared.
Ah, like the same “hate” and “extremism” that resulted in Trump’s permanent ban and a number of other despicable actions taken on Twitter? How about the “misinformation” regarding Biden’s damning laptop?
Furthermore, who do these people think they are?
Especially the remarkably violent, murderous mob mentality that dominates BLM, which has been broadcast on multiple screens all over the planet.
BLM … What an organization.
A “charity” that takes multiple millions to spend on personal real estate purchases, not to mention a charity that is formally linked to Clinton’s lawyers, has absolutely no room, whatsoever, to talk about “hate” or “misinformation.”
Yet the same tax-cheating organization apparently thinks it has two legs to stand on when threatening companies that actually do pay taxes and actually do settle issues via other means than wanton violence.
“Your ad dollars can either fund Musk’s vanity project or hold him to account. We call on you to demand Musk uphold these basic standards of community trust and safety, and to pull your advertising spending from Twitter if they are not,” the letter sneered.
More like Walgreens can pull more stores out of San Francisco after being mobbed by thugs who are utterly uninterested in a remotely law-abiding lifestyle.
Needless to say, Musk was rather amused by the pathetic letter, which was clearly outsourced to someone with a higher level of education.
“Who funds these organizations that want to control your access to information? Let’s investigate,” Musk remarked, “sunlight is the best disinfectant.”
Is it ever.
And the best disinfection jobs just might start from the top down, which is precisely why Musk is widely rumored to become the next CEO of Twitter, formally challenging none other than Mark Zuckerberg in the social media sphere.
Zuckerberg is widely acknowledged for playing an outsized, highly influential role in hurling the election straight into Biden’s hands, which is likely why he rarely left his basement to campaign.
Moreover, Musk’s management style will certainly show up Zuckerberg’s, given that the latter appears utterly obsessed with monitoring the entire world. And subsequently influencing it.
To the highest bidder, of course, regardless of how many lives are extinguished in the process. Just ask Myanmar, which launched a $150B lawsuit against Zuck’s company for the direct role Facebook played in genocide.
Curiously, CNN had little to nothing to say about that one.
Kinda makes one wonder why the media chooses to focus on Musk instead …
Which is precisely why Musk reminded Zuck that he has zero qualms with taking him head-on.
“As for media sort of ownership, I mean, you’ve got Mark Zuckerberg owning Facebook and Instagram and WhatsApp, and with a share ownership structure that will have Mark Zuckerberg the 14th still controlling those entities,” Musk remarked.
Zuckerberg the 14th. Awesome.
Likely a reference to Louis the XIV, who ruled for almost as many years as Biden is old, though Musk may have an even higher order connotation in mind that tends the intellectually inept.
Regardless, it’s awesome that Musk redirected attention to the real zealot while simultaneously highlighting his own anti-Zuck plans, chiefly in the form of adopting a wholly different ownership structure.
“Like, literally,” Musk chortled, “We won’t have that at Twitter.”
Eagerly awaiting the additional surprises Musk may have in store …
Author: Jane Jones