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America loves Elon Musk not because of his money, his cool cars, or his spaceships, we love him because a patriot in the truest sense.
He’ll speak the truth for the right reasons, uncaring how his public image will be viewed. And this time he’s taking on the president.
Musk had this to say after the historic release of Twitter’s internal suppression files:
“Twitter acting by itself to suppress free speech is not a 1st amendment violation, but acting under orders from the government to suppress free speech, with no judicial review, is. If this isn’t a violation of the Constitution’s First Amendment, what is?
Matt Taibbi, who broke the story for Musk said: “Both parties had access to these tools. For instance, in 2020, requests from both the Trump White House and the Biden campaign were received and honored.
“However: This system wasn’t balanced. It was based on contacts. Because Twitter was and is overwhelmingly staffed by people of one political orientation, there were more channels, more ways to complain, open to the left (well, Democrats) than the right.”
And that is a violation of the first amendment. Proof. Fact. The government knew they were getting special treatment from Twitter and they used that treatment to squash conservative voices.
Taibbi went on to say, “The resulting slant in content moderation decisions is visible in the documents you’re about to read. However, it’s also the assessment of multiple current and former high-level executives.”
He then released dozens of papers and transcripts illustrating the crimes performed by the liberal executives at Twitter and their counterparts in the government.
Musk sent a tweet out to all the trolls who tried to defend the criminals at Twitter. “Transparency is the key to trust.”
An NBC journalist was floored that Musk dared to protect free speech. Ben Collins said:
“These are regular people and private citizens doing regular comms work and asking good questions. Unbelievable hack stuff here.”
A Twitter user promptly put him in his place:
“Twitter is one of the most powerful tools in the country, capable of bringing down democracy if fallen to the wrong hands, or the executives running twitter are just “regular people” doing “regular work” unworthy of public scrutiny, but you can’t have it both ways.
“Amazing having to explain to a “journalist” that people capable of silencing literally the president wield real power, and power must be held to account.”
Musk replied with only two words, but they were enough: “Well-said.”
In conclusion, we can easily see how the liberals in government abused their power and violated the first amendment. Do you think we’ll ever get to see them held accountable for it?