Elon Musk Is Going To Do Well On Twitter

“Could folks who say “Twitter is dead” after Elon Musk bought it stop using it?” Weekend tweets.

Elon’s immediate response was, “Seriously.”

I’m sure that exchange made many whiny, bright-eyed brats throw their always-offended toys out of their hypocritical prams and say they were leaving the platform immediately.

Because they all do, since the wealthiest person in the world spent $44 billion on the social media site last month and promised to make it fairer for everyone. He said anyone who looks like a conservative is an enemy hidden from public view.

It reminds me of how liberals screamed in shock and outrage when Donald Trump was elected president in 2016. And celebrities like Cher and Chelsea Handler said they were leaving the country immediately.

Of course, none of them did, and I’m sure it will be the same with all the stars who now say they’re leaving Twitter because the owner won’t put up with their break-off culture cops anymore.

It was funny to watch the panic, especially since Musk is a big fan of Bernie Sanders, has given money to both the Democratic and Republican parties, and has called himself “moderate,” “socialist,” “socially liberal,” and “fiscally conservative.”

Elon Musk told people to vote Republican in the last midterm elections, but not because he is a Republican.

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Even though he is a Democrat, he told independent voters to vote Republican in the recent Midterms. He argued that, even if the Democrats currently hold the presidency, electing Republicans to Congress will help rein in the worst excesses of both parties.

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But the most attention is being paid to Trump’s return, even though he hasn’t agreed to come back.

Griffin, who once posted a picture of herself holding a gruesome replica of Trump’s severed head and who shamefully used her dead mother’s Twitter account to get around her recent ban on self-identifying as Musk (Twitter has permanently banned people from impersonating others), gets a pass for being a screeching liberal.

In their world, you can be as mean and rude as you want if you’re on the “right” side of a debate.

  • The righteousness makes me sick.
  • Also evident is the hypocrisy.
  • Elon Musk has said that he will make Twitter fairer.
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Whoopi Goldberg said on The View that she was leaving Twitter because she was tired of blocking specific settings and having them return.

I wonder if she means someone who doesn’t think the Holocaust was an example of racism.

Oh, whoops, that was Whoopi getting fired for being so rude.

She will come back; you can count on that.

Stephen Fry has left Twitter five times, only to come back. This time, he jumped off the platform with a Scrabble picture that said “Goodbye.”

Then some people said they would stop but didn’t.

Elon Musk has fixed Kanye West’s Twitter account. Evan Agostini/Invision/AP

In April, annoying actress Jameela Jamil said, “One good thing about Twitter buying Elon is that I will *FINALLY* be leaving and stop being a complete threat to society here.” So it’s a good deal for everyone.”

Musk doesn’t lift every ban.

“Bring Alex Jones back!” one Twitter user said about the disgusting conspiracy nutjob, whose deliberate, hateful lies made the parents of Sandy Hook victims targets for crazy people who thought Jones made up claims that the massacre was made up.

Musk said, “No,” which was a direct answer. He drew his line about what is acceptable in “freedom of speech.”

Kathy Griffin’s account on Twitter has been fixed.

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He was right to say that, and he was also right to let Trump back in.

It was ridiculous that a former US President was kicked off a social media site while Vladimir Putin, the leader of Iran, and the Taliban’s top leaders stayed there.

Elon Musk helped Jordan Peterson get his Twitter account back.

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And don’t even get me started on Congresswoman Alexandra Ocasio-Cortez, who says she has been trying to sell her Tesla for months because she wants an “unionized” green car and not one from a company that a “billionaire with an ego owns.”

Last time I checked, it was easy to sell a Tesla. Like everything Musk makes, and Jobs will be on Twitter, they are in high demand.

Elon Musk’s mostly “woke” workforce is all crying because he wants them to go to work and is firing people who don’t want to do “extremely hardcore” work to build a great company or who he thinks don’t want to. You can blame the openly partisan culture for Twitter censoring the New York Post’s detailed and accurate information about Hunter Biden’s laptop out of fear that it could hurt Joe Biden’s chances of winning the 2020 election.

One of Musk’s most loyal investors, Ross Gerber, President, and CEO of Gerber Kawasaki Wealth and Investment Management, gave the best description I’ve heard of his first few weeks: “I don’t think that anything has gone as planned. Absolutely none of it. That’s how Elon does things. He is just like that. I’ve never taken him on in a bet.”

When Musk said that Tesla would take over the auto industry, people thought he was crazy and that the company would fail.

Erik Gordon, a professor of strategy and entrepreneurship at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, told NPR, “He’s been through this before and landed like a cat.”

And he’s going to do it again with Twitter. This time, he’s also showing the Woke Brigade to be the shallow, biased, hypocritical little suckers I’ve always known them to be.


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