VIDEO: Elon Musk Triumphantly Enters Twitter HQ After Promising To Fire 75% Of Employees

African-American tech entrepreneur Elon Musk entered the headquarters of Big Tech platform Twitter ahead of the deal for him to buy the website that is expected to finalize later this week.

In a video posted to his Twitter account, Musk walked around the lobby holding a sink and making the pun, “Let that sink in.”

The video quickly acquired over 300,000 likes.

Musk has promised to revert some of the anti-free speech policies of Twitter back to standards more in line with the free speech policies of the 1st Amendment, as well cut down significantly on the budget bloat of Twitter’s massive political moderation staff.

The tech philanthropist has informed prospective investors that he plans to cut 75% of Twitter employees if his bid to buy the platform goes through. Employees responded by signing a letter demanding “respect” and complaining about criticism.

Fox News host Tucker Carlson discussed the reaction on the left wing to the acquisition of Twitter by African-American tech entrepreneur Elon Musk earlier this month.

“Since April, they’ve been trying to destroy Elon Musk. First, they called him a racist. He’s from South Africa. He must be a racist. Well, it turns out he was too rich to care,” Carlson noted. “They moved on to new tactics so that NGOs funded by George Soros commanded companies to pull their ad money away from Twitter. ‘We’ll starve him out.’ Then some Saudi prince tried to argue that Elon Musk was somehow underpaying for Twitter when it’s very obvious, look at the markets, that he’s overpaying and then the Washington Post’s Max Boot got involved because this was another war he could support.”

Carlson continued, “And he has said repeatedly and we can’t guess the future, but he has said he is doing this in order to give voice to people who have no voice. All of us have forgotten that Twitter banned a sitting president of the United States from speaking, thereby making it really clear who’s got the real power. No, not the U.S. government. Transnational corporations like Twitter, which control speech.”

This news and commentary by Gabriel Keane originally appeared on Valiant News.


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