Elon Musk has the entire establishment reeling over the thought of their political opponents being able to speak freely.

This is clear evidence that their positions aren’t defendable when there is an actual debate about them.

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I mean, if their ideas were any good, wouldn’t they be able to defend them on an even playing field and welcome counterpoints that would enable them to win over more support for them?

Anyways, here’s Elon Musk with a reporter last night at the Met Gala in New York City where he explained some of his future plans for Twitter.


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Elon Musk: I’ve said certainly, publicly what I intend to do in practice, if I’m able to, which is really focus on making the platform as broadly inclusive as possible…

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Reporter: Okay.

Elon Musk: …and as trusted as possible. And that means providing transparency to the public about how things are, you know how any Tweet is promoted or demoted, putting the software on GitHub and making it publicly available so people can critique the software and find if, you know, perhaps there are issues. But at least the public will not ascribe to malice that which is not malicious.

Reporter: Sure.

Elon Musk: So, and I think a figure of merit for success would be are a lot more of our a lot more people on Twitter using Twitter, or is it because right now, it’s sort of niche. And I think we want it to be it’s, that’s what I mean, by wanting to broadly inclusive, we want a lot more, a much bigger percentage of the country, to be honest, and engaging in a dialogue. And at least, you know, if he will have disagreements, understanding the nature of a disagreement, you know, and like, to not ascribing to malice that which is not malicious.

Reporter: Sure.

More speech and more transparency sure would be a good thing in my opinion.

Here are a few comments from around the internet regarding this short video…

“The masked servants in the background are nothing less than disturbing. Slaves are not to be seen? Seriously fucked up.”

“He’s at Met (Hunger Games) gala with his elite buddies. Sorry but I don’t trust him.”

“Are democrats capable of having a discussion? Serious question. Besides the cussing, they don’t say much to counter any argument…”

“Oh great the billionaire who wants to chip our brains (Neuralink) and connect them to the internet (Starlink) is gonna “let” everyone have “free speech”

“People really don’t trust Elon here. Is there a possibility that he’s actually one of the good guys? Or have we become that cynical? Imagine this: Using Twitter to disseminate information about election fraud, vaccine side effects, mandates to hundreds of millions of people? This is an information war that we are in, make no mistake about it. And now liberals/ globalists have lost the first battle. Twitter and free speech.”


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