He’s spending $44 billion on it, so I presume he has some plans. But now’s your chance to make suggestions.
Maybe Twitter will now give Charles Murray a blue check and let the Babylon Bee out of the Gulag?
Personally, I can’t see the regime change at Twitter having much, if any, effect on what I tweet. Many people assume that if I daresay X in public, then I must really be saying XXX in private. But that’s not how I am.
Likewise, I’ve seldom been suspended on Twitter. Offhand, I can recall twice. Once I held out and received an apology from Twitter. Another time I was suspended briefly. While I was in the right, I thought I’d been somewhat obnoxious so I didn’t protest.
On the other hand, my number of followers on Twitter grew very slowly over the years. I presume steps were taken. Ever since Musk announced he was buying Twitter around the beginning of April, my number of followers has increased steadily at a much faster rate than before.
Banning the Babylon Bee turned out to be as wise as killing John Wick’s dog— Kyle Smith (@rkylesmith) October 27, 2022
Assuming John Wick didn’t pay $44 billion to his dog-murderers.