After taking to Twitter to discuss what should be done next, Elon Musk announced that he would not be allowing Alex Jones, the host of InfoWars, back on the platform. A user then responded to Musk's statement by saying that they should bring back Alex Jones.
Musk then shot back, "No." Many people on Twitter criticized and posted their frustration after he decided to remove Jones from the platform. On Saturday, the host of InfoWars responded to Musk's statement.
During his speech, Jones asked his audience to support him while waiting to see if Musk would actually protect free speech.
The European Union has threatened to ban Musk from bringing back Donald Trump and Alex Jones. He has also reportedly had multiple moles inside his company, and it's uncertain if Twitter will be able to continue as a going concern. In the last month, I said that I want to see Twitter be free before we talk about bringing back both of these individuals.
Despite the controversy surrounding his statements, I believe that at the end of the day, it's still not enough for Elon Musk to remove Alex Jones from Twitter. He has built a successful radio and television show, and he's not going to let Twitter be free.
Despite the controversy surrounding his statements, I believe that at the end of the day, it's still not enough for Elon Musk to remove Alex Jones from Twitter. He also needs to continue to promote and energize other great platforms such as Gab, Rumble, and Telegram.
Despite the tyranny that exists on various platforms such as Facebook and Google, I believe that we can still build our own system. For instance, Joe Rogan went to Spotify after YouTube, which is owned by Google, started trying to censor certain content.
I understand why Elon Musk decided to remove Alex Jones from Twitter. He has the Democratic Party and the ADL on him, and the EU is also trying to shut him down. However, instead of putting all of your eggs in his basket, support him and help free Twitter.
Don't blame Elon Musk for not bringing me back on Twitter. I'm the most hated individual in the world due to what I'm doing. If he wants to bring me back on the platform, he'll have to get control of it first. I'm not going to put my eggs in his basket.
I will continue to build a free, open platform for people like Alex Jones who want to speak their minds. This is my response to Elon Musk's statement about not bringing Alex Jones back on Twitter.
Elon, please follow through on your promise to restore some modicum of freedom on Twitter. On Sunday, you called out Alex Jones for using the deaths of children as a way to gain fame and gain politics.
After a user asked Elon Musk if it was time for him to remove Alex Jones from Twitter, the entrepreneur responded by saying that it was not. He then used a Bible verse to justify his decision not to remove Jones. Kim Dotcom, another user, urged Musk to consider restoring Jones' account in the interest of free speech.
Elon Musk stated that he felt the death of his first child in his arms. He also said that he has no mercy for people who use the deaths of children to gain fame or gain political power.
Elon Musk's response to Kim Dotcom was met with mixed reactions from Twitter users. The entrepreneur agreed that Alex Jones had hurt the Sandy Hook parents, but he still defended his decision not to remove the controversial figure from Twitter. In addition, Biden killed a family with seven kids in a drone strike, and he still remains on Twitter.
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