Calling others a fool while being too stupid yourself. Impressive.
There’s some thought that Elon has gone thru this
episode to deliberately expose twitter’s problems.
So, the entirely unprovoked waiving of his rights to due diligence was a genius move in his play of 4D chess? Got it!
People who anyone else could have hired. Why didn’t they?
Because they aren't dumb enough to believe in Mars being a solution to anything (let alone achievable)?
Musk has a long and fairly detailed history of silencing
or punishing people who say things that are inconvenient
for his self-image.
Which simply needs to be done cause he's so full of shit:
You don’t understand Free Speech.
Pot, meet kettle.
Right. It took them far too long to ban the orange buffoon.
Corporations don’t need to honor freedom of speech, but they
can choose to. If they want to claim to do that, they should
do more than pay lip service to the concept.
Your guys (Faux & Co) first: fair and balanced?
Musk actually seems to be thinking about free speech :
the right to be a total asshole without consequence.
So, totally on brand then given the asshole he is.
Because it's THEIR platform! What now, suddenly you Republicans are against letting corporations make decisions?
So what? He lost. Bigly.
There are some other similar stories that raise questions
about Musk’s actual commitment to free speech as well
Well, he was adamant about being entitled to call someone 'pedo' just for exposing his oh so generous but completely unfit to purpose offer to help them in a bind for the poor self-promotion stunt that it actually was.
The right(eous) on the other hand...
The people of Earth have no use for you fucking weirdos,
deviants and mentally ill assholes
In that case Musk will have an even tougher time to ship all those Republicans to Mars.