Well, it’s been a really lively time on Twitter lately, let me tell you. I haven’t seen the liberals this butt-hurt since Trump was elected. They’re really upset that they can’t play their usual games and get away with it. They’re also really upset that they can’t mock the new owner of Twitter, and impersonate him, without being suspended. Trump-hater Kathy Griffin found that out the hard way. CNN reported that Twitter has suspended comedian Kathy Griffin for impersonating the company’s new owner, Elon Musk.
Griffin appeared to be the first celebrity to lose her tweeting privileges after a wave of prominent users impersonated Musk over the weekend, with the goal of underscoring potential flaws in the social media company’s plans for a revised verification system.
Musk has made an $8 Twitter subscription plan his signature bid to bolster the company’s revenue. The new plan was hastily rolled out over the weekend before the company ultimately decided to delay the service until after the midterms.
But that’s not all. Things got even hotter when Elon decided to tweet out a very political, red-pilled tweet to all independents voting in tomorrow’s midterm election.
And let me tell you, the left is “foaming at the mouth” right now.
Here’s what Elon said: “To independent-minded voters: Shared power curbs the worst excesses of both parties, therefore I recommend voting for a Republican Congress, given that the Presidency is Democratic.”
To independent-minded voters:
Shared power curbs the worst excesses of both parties, therefore I recommend voting for a Republican Congress, given that the Presidency is Democratic.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 7, 2022
Here’s a screenshot in case he deletes it, which wouldn’t surprise me. The left is literally losing their minds right now:
Reuters is reporting that Twitter Inc owner Elon Musk, the world’s richest person, on Monday recommended that voters pick Republican candidates for the U.S. Congress in Tuesday’s midterm election.
“To independent-minded voters: Shared power curbs the worst excesses of both parties, therefore I recommend voting for a Republican Congress, given that the presidency is Democratic,” Musk said on Twitter.
Since Musk’s takeover of Twitter, civil rights groups have criticized the Tesla CEO’s stance on content moderation over his absolutist free speech stance, which they expect to increase the volume of misinformation and hate speech on the platform.
Joe Biden’s Democrats face a steep battle to retain control of Congress in Tuesday’s vote.
Nonpartisan election forecasters and polls suggest Republicans have a very strong chance of winning a House majority, with control of the Senate likely to be closer fought.
Musk has previously said he would vote for Republicans but says he backs moderates on both sides of the aisle.
“Hardcore Democrats or Republicans never vote for the other side, so independent voters are the ones who actually decide who’s in charge!”, Musk added on Twitter.
Here’s what people online are saying:
This is from an angry Dem: “thank you, billionaire who purchased a social media company to own the libs, for your advice on the excesses of individual power”
And here’s a conservative responding to him: “I recommend you build your own social media app, car company, and rocket ships to balance his power.”
“Thank you, Elon. I’m absolutely voting Republican tomorrow. I don’t want a nuclear war with Russia. I don’t want higher taxes. I don’t want a government that chooses to help everyone else, except Americans.”
“To all the angry liberals, saying Elon said Twitter would be politically neutral…dividing power is being neutral”
“The left wants to shove their ideals and policies down everyone’s throats, but when someone makes a very sensible and neutral suggestion, all hell breaks loose”
I think that was a gutsy tweet from Elon. I think it was worded well, adding that it was smart to “balance” power, but it was really “red-pilled” and ballsy.
Maybe he’s learning.
Good for him.
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