Elon Musk, the billionaire tech executive who recently announced a deal to purchase Twitter for $44 billion, has called for the release of accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein’s client list in order for “at least one of them” to “go down.” Epstein has been charged with trafficking in children. According to journalist Tom Elliott, “If [the ‘neo-Nazi faction’ of the GOP expands in November], we may look back on this.. as a pivotal moment, when a petulant and not-so-bright billionaire casually purchased one of the most influential messaging machines and simply handed it over to the far right.”
“We’re just two years away from Donald Trump potentially regaining presidential authority,” Hasan stated in the video. This week might be remembered as the critical moment when a petulant and not-so-bright billionaire carelessly purchased one of the world’s most prominent communications machines and just gave it over to the far-right.” Responding to this, Musk accused NBC of “literally claiming that Republicans are Nazis…”
According to a further tweet, Musk said that the statements were made by the “same organization that covered up the Hunter Biden laptop scandal, had the Harvey Weinstein story early and destroyed it, and built Matt Lauer his rape office.” “Wonderful individuals.” When a third Twitter user chimed in, he pointed out that the trial of Ghislaine Maxwell, Epstein’s accomplice, had garnered very little attention in comparison to other smaller incidents.
“It says it all when we hear more about Will Smith hitting Chris Rock than we do about Ghislaine Maxwell’s trial,” argues the author. As an additional point of interest, the account dedicated to following the Ghislaine Maxwell trial was suspended after gaining popularity. Lovely individuals, to be sure…,” the user said on Twitter.
“Where is their ‘customer’ list?” Musk inquired in response. Surely at least one of them should be taken out!?” Musk has, on the other hand, repeated his confidence that Twitter has the potential to become “the most trusted…forum on the planet.” “There is tremendous potential for Twitter to become the most trustworthy and inclusive platform on the planet!” Musk sent out a tweet.
“That is why we must remove bots, spam, and frauds from the system. Is something really representative of popular opinion, or is it the work of a single individual running 100,000 bogus accounts? You are unable to tell at this time. He went on to say that the algorithms must be open source and that any human influence must be openly recognized. “Trust will then be earned,” says the author.
Following Musk’s “ador[able]” comments last week, actor William Shatner, well known for his portrayal of Captain Kirk in the television series “Star Trek,” expressed interest in working with him as the new “face of Twitter.”
“By the way, since it seems to be the latest ‘thing’ on here, I’m announcing that I’ll continue to use Twitter. Aside from that, I believe @elonmusk is adorable. Full disclosure: I’m attempting to convince Elon Musk to employ me to be the face of Twitter. “#dumpthebird,” actor William Shatner said on Twitter on Thursday. Musk reacted to Shatner’s remark by adding, “You will always be my Captain.”