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Elon Musk continues to keep the liberals on the run. Their crimes and cover-ups will no longer be hidden- not while Musk is in the driver’s seat.
And Yoel Roth just learned that lesson the hard way. Accused of purposely burying tweets related to the Hunter Biden catastrophe, Roth is no longer a part of the Twitter’s upper echelon.
Yoel Roth’s Twitter bio now says: “Former Head of Trust & Safety at @Twitter. Not sorry to see you go, Roth.
His liberal tweets were so full of hate, it’s disturbing how he lasted so long as one of the blue bird’s top executives.
In tweets dating back to 2016 and 2017, Roth dubbed Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell a “personality-free bag of farts,” bragged about his $100 donation to then-Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton, and snidely remarked the middle of America:
“I’m just saying, we fly over those states that voted for a racist tangerine for a reason.”
Folks of this caliber should not be leading one of the world’s top social media platforms.
And it’s not just because of his ugly liberalism, his blatant disregard for the first amendment should have gotten him fired long ago.
But Elon Musk’s house cleaning won’t stop with Roth. More are sure to follow Roth’s footsteps out the door, as Musk continues to dig up the atrocities of the platform’s malpractices.
“Sorry that this is my first email to the whole company, but there is no way to sugarcoat the message,” Musk told his new employees. “Without significant subscription revenue, there is a good chance Twitter will not survive the upcoming economic downturn. We need roughly half of our revenue to be subscription.”
Don’t let the tough wording of that email fool you. Twitter isn’t going anywhere. As the most popular social media platform outside the U.S. it’s here to stay.
Just like Facebook. Mark Zuckerberg recently fired nearly 11,000 employees, but that won’t be affecting the platform’s consumers. Facebook isn’t going anywhere, no matter how many times they get subpoenaed by congress or how many employees get fired.
Musk will likely be losing more employees as he recently turned off the option to conduct remote work. Draining the swamp will take time, but we can rest assured knowing that Musk won’t stand for any of the crimes that have been plaguing the platform these many years.
Musk had this to say about his approach: “Twitter will do whatever it takes to adhere to both the letter and spirit of the FTC consent decree.
“Anything you read to the contrary is absolutely false.
“The same goes for any other government regulatory matters where Twitter operates.”
With Twitterverse now in the hands of a capable manager we can feel more comfortable knowing our first amendment rights will be protected.
We’ll also get to enjoy a little bit of justice as the criminals who have been hiding criminals like Roth did for Hunter Biden, will no longer be able to use Twitter to their advantage.