(BLP) – A new Project Veritas leak has shown Twitter employees melting down over a recent all-hands meeting held by Elon Musk.
Musk held the townhall on Thursday where he answered questions about how he intends to run Twitter if he eventually becomes the owner of the tech giant.
Many of these liberals in the leaked Slack chat were supremely triggered at the thought of Musk ending draconian censorship on the social media monopoly platform.
“Queer people cannot trust this man. We’ve seen this kind of homophobia and transphobia before. There’s nothing salvageable about what he said,” said Miguel Andres Barreto.
“January 6th was terrifying because social media was potentially a critical catalyst. What are your thoughts on how we react to meme’s of mass destruction?” asked Thomas Uster.
“Ron DeSantis is moderate??? IM SORRY WHAT WORLD AM I LIVING IN?” said Fatima Nanavati.
“So I now need to worry about becoming unemployed depending on whether I’m considered “exceptional.” That’s my takeaway from this,” Josh Smith wrote.
“THIS IS THE WORST THING I’VE HEARD,” stated Sisipho Zinja.
“So during the coup, he would’ve allowed Trump to continue the civil unrest,” Gianna Gantz said.
“Wait, so is his position that people should be able to deny the holocaust as long as we don’t amplify it?” Matt Stumpf asked.
The full release can be seen here:
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Big League Politics has reported on Musk’s advocacy for free speech and how it terrifies a leftist establishment that relies on censorship to implement their agenda:
“Elon Musk, the newly-minted CEO of Twitter and thorn in the side of leftists, made massive waves when it was announced that he would purchase the entirety of Twitter’s stock, apparently unsatisfied by his initial nine-ish percent stake. Indeed, his open commitment to promoting free speech in order to facilitate a better-functioning democracy was met with tremendous ire from the globalists, who were suddenly worried once again about economic power and communication channels being concentrated in a few hands, conveniently forgetting to complain about how monopolized the mainstream media is. More recently, it would appear that the modern-day Iron Man also wishes to propel the social media giant in a direction honest companies have long successfully used to stay relevant, and that is towards genuine innovation and technological progress.
According to The Epoch Times, Musk has laid out several core expectations he has for his employees at Twitter, one of them being a very strong work ethic as opposed to more traditional abilities such as pearl-clutching, virtue signaling, and pious bleating, which Twitter employees have grown so accustomed to. Indeed, Musk appears to be laser-focused on setting high standards for technical skills amongst the relevant managers instead of making sure they are as politically correct as humanly possible.
“I strongly believe that all managers in a technical area must be technically excellent,” Musk wrote. “Managers in software must write great software or it’s like being a cavalry captain who can’t ride a horse!”
This is of course on top of all his statements regarding his commitment to genuinely free speech on his newly acquired platform.
“Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated,” Musk said in a statement. “I also want to make Twitter better than ever by enhancing the product with new features, making the algorithms open source to increase trust, defeating the spam bots, and authenticating all humans. Twitter has tremendous potential—I look forward to working with the company and the community of users to unlock it.”
Unsurprisingly, there has been backlash from the powers that be from every conceivable direction.”
If nothing else, watching these Big Brother wannabes squirm is highly entertaining. Good job, Elon, for shaking these losers to their very weak core.