Elon Musk Tweets ‘The Election Was Stolen’ After Taking Control of Twitter

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Last Updated on October 28, 2022

Elon Musk took over at Big Tech giant Twitter this week, days ahead of a deadline set by federal regulators for the billionaire to complete the deal that’s been in the works for months and has been staunchly opposed by Big Tech’s left-wing elite. Musk is already shaking things up at Twitter, firing longtime executives and writing in a midnight tweet that “the election was stolen.” 

Elon Musk’s plans to gut Twitter’s censorship policies became even more apparent when he posted to his new platform that “the election was stolen” shortly after he officially took the helm there.

In the not-so-distant past, that tweet would’ve likely been shut down by the very Twitter censors Musk is now expelling from his company who, after the 2020 presidential race, have made a living hunting down and banning the accounts of those who question reported election results. 

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Elon Musk declared, in no uncertain terms, that “the election was stolen” after taking control of Twitter – an offense the moderators he disposed of may have banned him for not too long ago.

Posted to the Twitter platform just after midnight, Musk seems to have removed the Tweet from his page at some point in the early morning hours, something he and others have done before after quickly flashing messages that make left-wing heads explode.

Musk has already started cleaning house and has promised to restore the banned and shadow-banned accounts of Twitter users who have been booted from the platform by overwhelmingly left-wing censors.

Pro-censorship CEO Parag Agarawal has already been shown the door, as has CFO Ned Segal.

Also on the march out of Twitter HQ is Vijaya Segal, the “content moderator” behind 45th President Trump’s infamous Twitter ban.

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Elon Musk is cleaning house at Twitter, multiple news outlets have reported.

In a tweet that came after multiple firings of Twitter executives, Musk posted “let the good times roll,” and added a “spoiler alert” tag to his tweet, suggesting that many more firings and policy changes are already in the works.

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Those on the left are quickly melting down over the Twitter ownership change and the platform’s sudden re-embrace of free speech.

Billy Baldwin, the brother of “Rust” actor Alec Baldwin, who recently shot a woman dead on-set, expressed his panic that Elon Musk, a “reckless,” pro-free speech “ideologue,” had taken “control” of Twitter just ahead of an election.

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