Elon Musk has just announced that he’s going to reactivate Donald Trump’s Twitter account. He said he used a “poll” and let the people decide.
I call B.S. I mean, how can anything on Twitter, which is rife with fake accounts and bots, be considered a valid poll. It just shows me how naive, or how scheming, Elon Musk is.
I haven’t been a big user of Twitter. My following, if it can be called that, is miniscule. But although I am small, I do have power, because there’s power in numbers. And if everyone who is as appalled as I am about Elon Musk’s recent actions were to dump their Twitter accounts, we’d have a voice.
So tonight I’m dumping Twitter.
Here, let me tell you what I really think: I have no desire to accidentally see Trump’s face or read his stupid tweets. If I do, I may get ill, and I’ll certainly feel sullied.
In my opinion, he’s a lying, dangerous man who’s forfeited his right to free speech on Twitter, especially while running for President again.
If you need other reasons to question Musk’s judgment and trustworthiness to run a site of this magnitude and influence, consider this article by Vanity Fair, that lists 21 “terrible things Elon Musk has said and done.”
A Reminder of Just Some of the Terrible Things Elon Musk Has Said and Done
No, I don’t want a person like that to get a penny from me for any ad revenue that my being a Twitter subscriber might generate for him.
Many people are ditching Twitter and going to a site called Mastodon.
Tonight I found an article about Mastodon, and more recent nefarious actions of Elon Musk. You can read it here:
Mastodon, the Social Media Platform Everyone Is Leaving Twitter For
I don’t wish to be a silent partner to this billionaire.
Bye bye, birdie. This bird has flown.
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