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Elon Musk says, “If I committed suicide, it’s not real.” : Vows “More Smoking Guns” to come in Twitter exposé.

After exposing President Joe Biden’s administration for running political censorship operations at Twitter, Elon Musk promised Sunday that there will be “more Twitter discoveries,” but they would be postponed “another day or two.”

Musk said on the Twitter Spaces audio service on Saturday night that there are “additional smoking firearms” to be revealed.

He also made notice of the criticism he is receiving for revealing the political bias on the influential social media platform, adding beforehand, “I don’t think about taking my own life.”

He went on to say, in reference to the conspiracy theorists who keep insisting that Jeffrey Epstein did not commit suicide, “If I committed suicide, it’s not genuine.”

Musk spent $44 billion to buy Twitter. He has been trying to deal with the cancellation of culture operations from woke advertising companies. On Saturday, he said that the exposure of the suppression of the Hunter Biden laptop story during the 2020 presidential election cycle has automatically increased Twitter’s ad money.

Musk tweeted, “Just a word to thank advertisers for returning to Twitter.” I’ve previously threatened to publicly name the “woke” corporations, too.

Musk said that Twitter’s dedication to the truth should eventually compel other media to do the same.

Tens of thousands of people were watching a live Twitter Space Question & Answer session when Musk said, “We’re simply going to throw all the facts out there in an attempt to get a clean slate. We will be progressively better, and it will push other media organizations to likewise be more honest, or else they’ll lose their viewership.”

Musk said that he would not be digging into the specifics of the Twitter data, leaving it to the reporters he assigned to cover it: Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss.

However, Musk pointed out that in an effort to influence American elections, “a completely different standard applies to Republican presidential candidates in the U.S. vs. Democrat candidates.”

“To be clear, I’m not claiming that this is unquestionably the truth, but it does look like Democrats were treated differently from Republicans with respect to censorship,” he said, reiterating the position held by Trump and other conservative Republicans for many years. “Republicans were also in power at the time, and anybody who uses Twitter should be able to see that.”

Since the organization is in San Francisco and is on the far left, it acts as you might expect.

Musk, who has pushed Americans to vote Republican on Twitter, saw that more than 99% of the political donations made via Twitter were by Democrats.

“What type of outlook would you anticipate from individuals in such a situation?”

“It’s the conduct you would anticipate from a firm that is effectively a distillation of San Francisco politics,” Musk said, according to the Post.

House Republicans have promised to look into First Amendment violations, even if the Justice Department is run by the Biden administration.

According to a spokeswoman for the House Judiciary Committee, “We’re watching Vijaya Gadde’s participation in the concealment of the New York Post article on Hunter Biden’s laptop.” “Without a doubt, we intend to look into this further.” Remain tuned.”

Taibbi’s “The Twitter Files” report said that Gadde, who is 48 years old, played a “key role” in preventing the Washington Post from publishing a story about Hunter Biden’s laptop in October 2020 and in preventing then-President Trump from being blocked on Twitter when he was pleading for peace after the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol.

The New York Times and The Washington Post are still doing what Musk called “psy-ops” by avoiding the disclosures. Meanwhile, Democrats and their media allies are calling Taibbi “sad” and, ironically, a “fraud” for helping Musk report political fraud on Twitter.
Musk tweeted that “The New York Times has effectively turned into an unregistered propaganda business for far-left politicians.”

Advertisers who had stopped spending money on the social networking platform, of Apple, and other companies are now spending money there again.

Musk said that “I think we’re beginning to see a lot of other advertisers also restart their expenditures,” implying that major corporations are becoming aware of how they were conned into the “cancel culture.”

The issue, in my opinion, is that after reading all of these media reports, people tend to believe them to be true even when they are untrue.

According to Musk, a former left-wing hero for founding the electric car manufacturer Tesla, “it’s becoming evident that the media claims about Twitter being some kind of, like, right-wing hellscape, which it definitely isn’t,” are untrue.

Source: NewsMax

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