Massive News: “If I Committed Suicide, It’s Not Real”, Elon Musk Makes Big Announcement Amid Release of Hunter Biden Files
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Elon Musk authorized journalist Matt Taibbi to release what is being called the Twitter Files on Friday causing a tidal wave of “I told you sos” from conservatives.
The Twitter Files contain the discussion emails between Twitter execs regarding the suppression of the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story in October 2020.
Twitter was involved in the suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story and took instruction from the Biden campaign.
The social media company labeled the story as “hacked material” and blocked anyone from retweeting it or sending it via direct message.
Twitter’s new CEO held a Q & A on Twitter Spaces with more than 100,000 participants who are curious about what’s coming next.
Musk said: “If you want reconciliation, there must be truth, so that’s the intention here, to just make it clear what was happening and provide transparency about the past, and in doing so, to build trust in the future.”
When asked why he bought Twitter, Musk said, “My biological neural net decided it would be important to buy Twitter. There seemed to be like this more and more groupthink amongst the media, more and more sort of toeing the line among the digital social media company.”
He elaborated, pointing out his concern for the future of our Republic, “Basically, just we’re traveling the path of suppression of free speech was just getting me concerned. Like the trends were not great.”
He felt the need to do something about it. He continued, “So unless something was done to reverse this trend against free speech, then I get, well, at some point everything will just get muddled. And unless you’re in agreement with whatever the groupthink is, then you’re just gonna be ostracized.”
One Twitter user asked for a sneak peek of what’s coming in the next installment of the Twitter Files.
Musk said he’s leaving that to journalists Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss but hinted that it might be something to do with what happened after the election regarding the Hunter Biden laptop story.
He went on to say that Hunter Biden “sounds kind of fun. He seems like he knows how to have a good time.”
Back to the next shoe to drop, Musk revealed, “But just sort of beyond what happened after the election, how much government influence was there?”
“There was this whole sort of move to create a disinformation ministry, which was insane, and like George Orwell is turning in his grave.
I think there was a public outcry about disinformation,” he said.
When asked about being ‘Epsteined,’ Musk got quite a reaction saying, “I do not have suicidal thoughts. If I committed suicide, it’s not real.”
While it came off as a joke, there has to be major risk to taking on the establishment in Washington D.C.
He has been accused of controlling the narrative but he refutes that allegation. He said there has been a lot of control and suppression of information that affected elections and he believes that this information needs to go out to the public.