Elon Musk has caught the attention of the mainstream media with an ominous warning that they should be “worry” because “we’re just getting started”.
Musk’s notice comes as a series of internal document dumps involving the former owner of his social media platform “Twitter Files” have exposed how the company conspired with Democratic operatives and the Intel community to censor the American people.
Certain press releases show how the FBI pay to twitter and collusion Even used the platform to suppress Hunter Biden’s laptop scandal forward It cracked, while others showed how the big tech company is controlling the COVID narrative.
These revelations are nothing short of shocking, and should the Republican Party harden suddenly over the next few years, it would trigger countless investigations.
but musk Not finished.
Musk responded to a Substack post written by Leighton Woodhouse in which the reporter analyzed how the media, eager to defend the intelligence community and the federal government, acted as the “propaganda arm of the nation.”
“Why is corporate news rushing to defend the country and not the people?” Musk replied.
Why is corporate news rushing to defend the country and not the people? https://t.co/uqR0MwiqCx
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 27, 2022
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Elon Musk gets media attention
Elon Musk has hinted that he may be making another big move in the social media space, suggesting he may next buy the platform Substack.
“Twitter plus Substack instantly creates massive competition for antiquated traditional corporate media,” wrote a user named Wall Street Silver.
“I’m open to the idea,” Musk responded.
I’m open to the idea
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 28, 2022
Musk hit back at a CNBC’s “Squawk Box” post that discussed another of his companies — Tesla — and the company’s poor year in the market, bringing up the CEO The “reputation is at risk” perspective.
“His reputation on Twitter is affecting his reputation when it comes to all of his companies,” the CNBC reporter speculated.
“Traditional media should worry about its reputation,” Musk shot back. “We’re just getting started.”
Traditional media should worry about its reputation. We are just getting started.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 28, 2022
free speech hero
Could the “Twitter Dossier” finally lead to an investigation into how the government and the DNC colluded with a media company to influence the presidential election and shut down the American people during the pandemic?
If so, Musk’s revelations will likely be the largest sweeping blow to one of the most corrupt industries in America today and in decades past: traditional media.
Hopefully it will revive honest journalism from the ground up. The media of a bygone era has a place in this country.One questioned the government and exposed real scandal. A guy who doesn’t pay attention to a person because he’s being mean to them.
Those reporters have been gone for a long time. But maybe the sunshine provided by Musk will send rats running around and usher in journalists with integrity and a desire to do the right thing by exposing the truth.
Or maybe we’re just being too optimistic.
Why is there so much media opposition to free speech? It’s a mess.
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 28, 2022
Musk’s efforts to expose traditional media have even drawn praise from former President Donald Trump.
In a recent interview, Trump praised Musk for doing “a great service” to the country by posting a “Twitter profile” and called the visionary billionaire a “hero” for free speech.
“Yes, I would say he’s a hero. I think that’s a big part of his legacy,” Trump commented. “I think that’s more important than anything else he’s done.”
President Trump sees Elon Musk as a hero: “Elon Musk did a great job releasing all this stuff … I would say he’s a hero. I think that’s a big part of his legacy. I think that’s more important than anything else he’s done.” pic.twitter.com/okQKfrooBg
— Ethan Harsell (@ethan_harsell) December 21, 2022
This is quite possibly the biggest thing anyone has ever done to expose corruption in the media.
However, it will all be for naught if lawmakers fail to investigate apparent scandals and hold people accountable for their actions.