Elon Musk Shocks Left & Right With Brutally Honest Assessment Of What Happened In 2020

By Mark Gruber | Monday, 16 May 2022 05:15
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Elon Musk, who is in the middle of a Twitter buyout, prefers a “less divisive candidate than former President Donald Trump to run in 2024. Musk is admired by the former first family with President Trump and daughter Ivanka calling him the genius of our time, and while Musk seemingly has nothing against Trump other than his brashness, his words are causing a stir on Twitter.

That’s what the Tesla CEO said Thursday while restating his position that Trump should be allowed back on to Twitter. Trump was permanently banned from Twitter in the days after the January 6 Capitol riot. Twitter, joined by other social media platforms in banning Trump, said the determination was made “due to the risk of further incitement of violence.” Trump has his own platform, Truth Social, where the former President insists he will remain, though its reach isn’t nearly that of Twitter, which Musk has touted as the “de facto public town square” of the digital age.

“Even though I think a less divisive candidate would be better in 2024, I still think Trump should be restored to Twitter,” Musk said in a tweet.

President Joe Biden allegedly beat Trump by 7 million votes in 2020, a fact many on the right dispute due to COVID voting laws that made fraud simple and hard to trace. But, even if you take the official numbers at face value, both candidates drew record numbers, receiving roughly 81.2 million and 74.2 million votes, respectively. Trump has teased the notion of a 2024 campaign but has not yet made a declaration, signaling he will make a decision after the midterm elections in which he is testing his hold over the Republican Party with a wave of endorsements.

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Minutes later, Musk took aim at Biden, who said in March he would be “very fortunate” if Trump ran against him again.

“Biden’s mistake is that he thinks he was elected to transform the country, but actually everyone just wanted less drama,” Musk said.

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Twitter decided late last month to sell the company for $44 billion in cash to Musk, who plans to take it private, but the deal still needs to be approved by shareholders.

California Rep. Devin Nunes, the executive behind rival app “Truth Social,” spoke to Fox News regarding Elon Musk’s decision to bring Trump back.

“Look, we’re very supportive of what Elon says,” Nunes said. “The question is, will he accomplish what he’s saying, dealing with all the employees and algorithms. But the goal has been for us, for President Trump, is to give the American people their voice back, and open the internet back up, and that’s what we’re trying to create.

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“I would just add, though, I think there’s an important point that’s lost on people: Truth Social is wide open right now in the Apple app store, and you don’t have to ask anyone’s opinion. There’s no big tech tyrant that can cancel you, you don’t have to go to a billionaire to ask permission. You’re let on: Democrat, Republican, whoever you are. And we’re not going to censor you for political speech, so we are accomplishing what the mission of our company is, which is to get this internet open back up, and we’re glad that Elon is saying the right things. Let’s see if he backs that up.”

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