When you’re taking on the US Regime, and not only halting one of their biggest tools (Twitter) but also threatening to expose them, you’re playing with fire. These are extremely powerful, very cold-hearted people, and the only thing they care about is power, and if anyone tries to tinker with that, they could be in very serious trouble. Well, we all know somebody is tinkering with all of that… a lot. And his name is Elon Musk. And I think Elon is starting to feel the pressure and the pain that comes along with what he’s trying to do, which is “help save the country.
And he’s got a lot more plans for sharing the truth with the people:
🚨 @DarrenJBeattie @LeeSmithDC @julie_kelly2 Clip from the Spaces yesterday with Musk talking about Jan6th 😲 https://t.co/vj4FjfLryp
— Adam Townsend (imagine blue check here) (@adamscrabble) December 5, 2022
But this is definitely not a game. When you take the Deep State, you’re risking everything. And Elon knows this. As s matter of fact, Elon is so concerned, that he believes the risk of him being assassinated is very high. And I am sure that he’s getting that info from his very well-qualified security team.
The New York Post reported that Elon Musk has claimed the risk of his assassination is “quite significant.”
In a wide-ranging, two-hour Q&A audio chat on Twitter Spaces, the social media platform’s CEO told listeners he “definitely” would not “be doing any open-air car parades, let me put it that way.”
“Frankly the risk of something bad happening to me, or even literally being shot, is quite significant,” he said.
“It’s not that hard to kill somebody if you wanted to, so hopefully they don’t, and fate smiles upon the situation with me and it does not happen … There’s definitely some risk there.”
The Tesla CEO and world’s richest man – a self-proclaimed “free speech absolutist” – added that “at the end of the day, we just want to have a future where we’re not oppressed”.
“[Where] our speech is not suppressed, and we can say what we want to say without fear of reprisals,” he declared.
“As long as you’re not really causing harm to somebody else, then you should be allowed to say what you want.”
Although, that theory of his was turned recently when Kanye West posted a swastika on Twitter and was banned. Technically, Kanye did not “hurt” anyone, physically, but he was still suspended.
The piece goes on to say that Elon has reinstated previously suspended accounts including former President Donald Trump, and announced he would grant a “general amnesty” to everyone who had been booted off that had not broken the law or engaged in spam.
Musk also ended Twitter’s policy against Covid-19 misinformation, and dismantled the company’s trust and safety teams amid mass lay-offs.
Much of Musk’s conversation on Twitter Spaces, which took place on Saturday night local time, was devoted to the so-called ‘Twitter Files’, a selection of internal documents released by journalist Matt Taibbi on Friday.
Taibbi’s thread included files that showed Joe Biden’s team instructing Twitter employees to remove specific political content in October 2020, just weeks before he was elected US President.
Screenshots of emails revealed that Twitter employees deliberately suspended, banned or censored users who commented on the controversy surrounding the contents of Mr Biden’s son Hunter’s laptop.
“If Twitter is doing one team’s bidding before an election shutting down dissenting voices on a pivotal election, that is the definition of election interference,” Musk, who has been highly critical of the platform’s prior management, said.
“Frankly, Twitter was acting like an arm of the Democratic National Committee, it was absurd.”
Musk said he had given Taibbi, as well as journalist Bari Weiss, “unfettered access” to old internal documents – teasing more would be released and dubbing them the Twitter Files ‘episode two’.
“This is not a North Korea tour guide situation, you get to go anywhere you want, whenever you want, however you want,” he said.
“I’m not controlling the narrative. It’s just obvious there’s been a lot of control of information, suppression of information, including things that affected elections, and that just all need to be … you just want to have the stuff out there.”
Musk acknowledged during the Twitter Spaces chat, however, that the Twitter Files release had included some missteps, including “a few cases where I think we should have excluded some email addresses”.
I think everyone needs to pray for Elon because just like President Trump, he’s a billionaire outsider trying to take on the regime… and that’s a very dangerous job to undertake.
This post originally appeared on WayneDupree.com.