Hollywood star Bette Midler was not happy with Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter with the intent to take it private for a predictable reason. Midler thinks this means former President Donald Trump will be back on Twitter.
This comes after Trump said he would not rejoin Twitter. He said: “I am not going on Twitter, I am going to stay on TRUTH. I hope Elon buys Twitter because he’ll make improvements to it and he is a good man, but I am going to be staying on TRUTH.”
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But truthfully, Trump’s comments make it on Twitter through Liz Harrington’s account and Trump reaches his millions of followers through email so this is all just nonsense and shows the Dems true colors.
They don’t think they can win an open and honest debate so they resort to censorship. Before Musk, the Dems were in positions of power at all of the big social media platforms. Just look at tech donations to political candidates. You will find most employees of these big companies give to the Dems.
But that will change with Musk controlling Twitter. Midler said:
“Oh. God. “The biggest liar in the universe” will undoubtedly be back on Twitter to destroy what’s left of world-wide democracy.
Midler wasn’t the only one losing it over the news. Twitter employees were said to be freaking out.
From The Daily Mail:
Concerns about immediate job losses were allayed, with employees told that business will operate as usual until a deal closes in next six months, Bloomberg’s Kurt Wagner reported.
Staff were told there would be no layoffs ‘at this time’ – but no guarantees were provided when Musk takes over.
But in a sign of the possible internal unrest, new product launches were delayed amid fears, Bloomberg speculated, that employees could ‘go rogue’ and ‘push something or mess with the product on the way out the door.’
Ahead of the meeting, staff were asked to submit questions, and many were asking about a possible forced return to the office for the all-remote workforce. Others fretted about their shares, journalist Yashar Ali reported.
In internal message rooms there was uproar, The New York Times reported.
‘I feel like im going to throw up..I rly don’t wanna work for a company that is owned by Elon Musk,’ one staffer said, according to their reporter Talmon Smith.
Smith’s source told him that it was ‘absolutely insane’ in the internal chat rooms.
Another Twitter employee reportedly complained: ‘I don’t rly know what I’m supposed to do…oh my god, my phone’s been blowing up…We have a meeting about it at 5pm…the CEO is going to address everyone about it’ (it=elon).
‘I hate him, why does he even want this?’
The billionaire agreed to pay shareholders $54.20 in cash for each share of common stock before the bombshell deal was struck.
The move shifts control of the social media platform populated by millions of users and global leaders to the world’s richest person.