We’ve all been waiting with bated breath to see if Elon Musk is going to actually buy Twitter.
Freedom of speech has been promised to us along the way and Musk has done an excellent job at freaking out the left that their censorship days are over – and exposed Twitter for the bots that they are.
But a recent meeting Musk had with employees of Twitter has got me wondering if Musk is a fraud.
Breitbart recently reported that Project Veritas leaked an all-hands meetin where Musk told the Twitter employees, “I think there’s also, there’s a freedom of speech and freedom of reach, so I think people should be allowed to say…pretty outrageous things that are within the balance, the law, but then they don’t, you know, get amplified.”
Uh, no, Elon. I don’t want Twitter controlling my reach. That’s why people don’t like Twitter. Get a clue. If suppressing the “reach” of people is your intention, don’t bother buying Twitter because it will have zero chance of improving or becoming more popular.
We will stick with Truth Social, Gettr, Parler or anyone else who DOESN’T have a plan to control our “reach” or un-amplify what we say.
Is it really “freedom” when we put up with a LITTLE bit of tyranny and control?
That’s what we’ve been putting up with for years with spineless RINOS who always cave to the democrats on their demands.
That’s why Trump became so popular. He said “enough.”
Short of threats (which happen ALL DAY LONG on Twitter from the leftists against us) and illegalities, ALL speech should be allowed on a platform where speech is the product.
Yes, that means I can call you fat or ugly or an idiot.
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That means I can question the government, science or Twitter itself and not have Musk or anyone who works for him censor what I say.
Don’t like it? Block me. Problem solved.
Freedom of speech is freedom of speech and Musk seems to be like the rest of the leftists because he wants to crown himself the King who gets to decide what we can say and who sees it.
This piece was written by Liberty Paige on June 20, 2022. It originally appeared in SteveGruber.com and is used by permission.
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