In a discussion on Twitter, Elon Musk stated that he has very significant personal safety concerns, and he specifically mentioned the possibility of being shot or having something happen to him. He also joked that he would not be doing any open air car parades. He said he wouldn't be that hard to kill.
During his two-hour discussion with the public, Musk talked about his future plans for the company and his commitment to free speech.
He stated that free speech has been incredibly rare throughout history, and it's something that people have to fight hard to preserve. He also noted that controlled speech is the default form of speech.
Following the release of the first batch of documents by journalist Matt Taibbi, Musk discussed the various aspects of Twitter's involvement in the control of the Hunter Biden laptop story.
According to Taibbi, Twitter took extraordinary measures to suppress the story, removing multiple links and posting warnings about it being "unsafe." They also blocked the transmission of the story using direct message, a tool that was previously used for extreme cases.
During this period, Musk noted that Twitter was being used as a de facto political arm of the Democratic Party. He also noted that the company's former business culture was allowing it to export its politics to other countries.
During this period, Musk noted that Twitter had also faced various challenges over the years. He noted that the company's culture had allowed it to export its politics to other countries.
He also noted that the platform's design required a lot of software to be created. This is a major issue, and it's very problematic for San Francisco. Most of the other social media platforms that are currently being used are based in Silicon Valley.
After the stories by Taibbi and Weiss are published on the "Twitter Files," a full dump document will be made available to the public.