Though there hasn’t yet been an official announcement, it’s certainly looking like the next owner of Twitter is going to be Elon Musk. The meltdown on the Left was intense and immediate as it’s been realized that their control over the narrative on Twitter is slipping through their fingers.
“Journalist” Aaron Rupar says it’s going to be a “yikes” moment for people he knows who work for Twitter:
thoughts go out to people i know who are working for Twitter because, yikes
— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 25, 2022
The fact that Rupar knows people who work for Twitter doesn’t exactly provide evidence that the platform is run in a nonpartisan and objective fashion.
Rupar is heartbroken for those who will have their censorship skills blunted by opening up expression on the platform. https://t.co/VlS1YjwyrC
— Brad Slager 🍸🥃🍺🎙 Lifetime Subscriber to CNN+ (@MartiniShark) April 25, 2022
Everybody knows why the Left is so triggered today.
can’t we go back to a purer, better time? when a saudi prince basically owned the company? https://t.co/DQofXP4d6N
— Becket Adams (@BecketAdams) April 25, 2022
They currently work for a company owned by a Saudi billionaire https://t.co/WHu9dhP37K
— Sunny McSunnyface (@sunnyright) April 25, 2022
They loved the way Twitter was being run, and it shows.
My thoughts go out to you, Aaron. May you find strength to get through this. https://t.co/viLTHvAGnO
— Stephen L. Miller (@redsteeze) April 25, 2022
We wish everybody a fast recovery.
— Erik Soderstrom (@soderstrom) April 25, 2022
They can go work for Disney… they’ll fit in much better. 😬😂 https://t.co/9ZVErxRndW
— Charles W. 🇺🇸🍊🚛 – Biologist (@CWBOCA) April 25, 2022
Or be trained to make solar panels. Hey, it was good enough for coal miners and pipeline workers, right?
I’m sorry this is happening to you. https://t.co/8jzGVpxsR9
— Nerdy Old Man (@Pqlyur1) April 25, 2022
Poor Twitter employees are going to have to show up to work on time, and actually work hard to improve the platform. https://t.co/k9fcOlrZoN
— Brett From L.A. (@ItsBrettFromLA) April 25, 2022