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‘My firstborn child died in my arms’: Elon musk explains why Alex Jones won’t be allowed to return to Twitter

Elon Musk will continue to block Alex Jones from Twitter due to tragic personal reasons.

Elon Musk has acknowledged his personal reasons for not reinstating Alex Jones’ Twitter account, despite the fact that he has welcomed a lot of controversial people back to the social media network.

Since sealing his deal to purchase Twitter in late October, the 51-year-old billionaire Musk has drawn acclaim from conservatives and ire from liberal leaders as he proposed a number of reforms and restated his position on supporting what he calls “free expression.”

Jordan Peterson, the Babylon Bee, and former president Donald Trump are among those who have had their accounts reinstated. His Twitter account was banned on January 8, 2021, two days after his followers seized the Washington, D.C. Capitol. Kanye West, who was expelled for insults he made against Jews, has also returned.

In September 2018, Twitter announced that the accounts of the conspiracy theorist and his program, Infowars, had been permanently banned. More than four years later, Musk has put a halt to Jones’ return to the site.

Is it time to let Alex Jones back on Twitter? was the question neuroscientist and author Sam Harris posed in a Sunday message to Musk. If not, why not?

Muhammed said, “Let the children come to me, and do not stop them, because the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these.”

Sandy Hook was ruined by Alex. Kim Dotcom, a German-Finnish political activist, claims that he admitted as much and apologized.

“My firstborn kid died in my аrms,” Musk said, providing further background for his views. I saw his last heartbeat. I have no pity for anybody who would use a child’s death for their own personal gain, political gain, or fame.

Mr. McCormack said, “Alex Jones is a piece of sh*t in my view, but you’re making the @elonmusk policy.” “You have international leaders that literally drop bombs on children and you’re rejecting an ass who said foolish s***,” the ass said.

Insiders reported that Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk and Shivon Zilis, a manager at his artificial intelligence company Neurlink, discreetly gave birth to twins in November.

According to the most recent information, Musk is the father of nine live children, including one pair of twins and one set of triplets. He also has two children with musician Grimes (real name Claire Boucher) and two with his ex-wife Justine Wilson.

Musk and Wilson had their first child, Nevada Alexander, in 2002. He was diagnosed with sudden infant death syndrome when he was only 10 weeks old.

A Connecticut jury awarded $965 million to the families of eight Sandy Hook victims, as well as to an FBI agent who responded to the 2012 school massacre, last month after Jones claimed the incident was a hoax.

Jones was held to be liable for defamation after claiming for years that the massacre, in which 20 first-graders and six school administrators perished, was a hoax and that the victims were actors engaged in staging the tragic tragedy. Lawyers asked for $550 million.

The second set of parents who lost a child in the Sandy Hook massacre received $4 million in compensatory damages and $45.2 million in punitive damages against Jones in August. This is Jones’ second judgment against him totaling more than $1 million.

The decision was made to suspend Jones and his associated accounts after receiving allegations of tweets and videos uploaded that violated the social media platform’s policy against abusive behavior.

Since this wasn’t the first time they had disobeyed the rules, Twitter made the decision to permanently suspend both of the accounts. The content platform did not specifically identify the abusive material.

Abusive behavior is described by Twitter as “an attempt to harass, intimidate, or stifle someone else’s voice” and is forbidden on the website. Targeted harassment and the encouragement of targeted harassment are also prohibited. There are four categories of abuse:

According to the policy in place before Musk’s takeover, when Twitter gets a complaint of abusive behavior, it examines the material to determine whether it still qualifies as abusive when seen in the context of a larger conversation.

Twitter sometimes contacts the target to ensure it has all the necessary information before deciding on a penalty. Additionally taken into consideration are the severity of the violation and any past complaints of violations of the policy against abusive behavior.

The offending material may need to be removed, and the offending person may be placed on “read-only” status for a period if they violate Twitter policies about abusive behavior. Repeat violators may be subject to harsher penalties, such as permanent suspension and prolonged read-only periods.

Source: Technotrenz

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Written by Alex Bruno

Freelance space writer Alex Bruno specializes in covering China's quickly expanding space industry. In 2021, he started writing for SpaceXMania. He also contributes to publications including SpaceNews, IEEE Spectrum, National Geographic, Sky & Telescope, and New Scientist. When Alex was a small child, he first experienced the space bug after seeing Voyager photographs of alien planets in our solar system. When not in space, Alex likes to go trail jogging in the Finnish countryside.

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