While Elon Musk has long been known for speaking his mind, the tech titan is clearly still rattled by the extent to which Twitter, along with social media generally, has deeply integrated itself into nefarious relations with the so-called intelligence community in the United States.
The same intelligence community in which multiple dozens of alleged analysts signed off on a total lie regarding the so-called “disinformation” regarding Hunter’s laptop(s) … only for all the “conspiracy theorists” to be proven right two years too late after the 2020 presidential election.
Even more problematically, the same deceitful “intelligence” community likes to have its hooks in all communications platforms, which makes it all the easier to dupe Americans about what’s really going on.
Which is exactly why Musk is so rattled.
“Since I’ve been a heavy Twitter user since 2009, it’s sort of like I’m in ‘The Matrix.’ I can see things, do things feel right, do they not feel right, what tweets am I being shown as recommended? … I started to get more and more uneasy about the Twitter situation. I started to feel like something feels wrong…I couldn’t place it exactly,” Musk recalled.
That’s one way of putting it.
Lots of people should feel “uneasy” about Big Tech for lots of reasons.
Most recently, the woke Google CEO admitted he had no idea why the company’s AI decided to invent fake data for arguing a nonsense point, though the irony is that AI is clearly imitating COVID health officials in this regard.
Or any other official that has a vested interest in deception.
Anyway, Musk’s sense of “unease” is precisely what motivated the business entrepreneur to take on Twitter himself.
“Just, it felt like it was drifting in a bad direction and my conversations with the board and management seemed to confirm my intuition about that, basically. But I was convinced these guys do not care about fixing Twitter and I had a bad feeling about where it was headed based on the conversations I had with them. So then I was like, you know what, I’ll try acquiring it and see if acquiring it is possible,” Musk continued.
Though it was ultimately possible, it was clearly a massive battle given the resistance of the wokes, several of whom were shown the door as soon as Musk became CEO.
And what a truckload of skeletons fell out of the Twitter closet when he did.
“The degree to which government agencies effectively had full access to everything that was going on Twitter blew my mind … I was not aware of that,” Musk continued.
But of course.
President Xiden is clearly following along in the Chinese Communist Party’s overtly authoritarian tactics.
Which include mandatory collusion with the government.
As well as why Musk is advocating for a much deeper level of encryption across the platform. So deep that Musk couldn’t crack it, even if his life literally depended on it.
“You could put a gun to my head and I couldn’t tell you … That’s how it should be,” Musk declared.
Alas, the government thrives off of invasive surveillance, especially if it can nab parents who dare to oppose pornographic books in elementary school libraries in schoolboard meetings.
Meanwhile, Biden and Chinese Co. sail off into the sunset … and one can only hope a major comeuppance is coming.
Author: Ofelia Thornton