After Musk becomes largest shareholder, does Twitter become less radical?

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ramases2112

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Elon Musk recently has become the largest shareholder for twitter and many believe, after his recent tweets on the issue, that he is going to become actively engaged with turning twitter around from the censorship and leftist radicalization cesspool it has become. Its possible twitter will actually become the libertarian ideal of a public town square. Currently his holdings are only considered "passive" but analysts believe this is only the first shot across the brow against the leftist social media site.

Elon Musk buys 9.2% stake in Twitter, making him the largest shareholder
 
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Elon Musk recently has become the largest shareholder for twitter and many believe, after his recent tweets on the issue, that he is going to become actively engaged with turning twitter around from the censorship and leftist radicalization cesspool it has become. Its possible twitter will actually become the libertarian ideal of a public town square. Currently his holdings are only considered "passive" but analysts believe this is only the first shot across the brow against the leftist social media site.

Elon Musk buys 9.2% stake in Twitter, making him the largest shareholder
I read where he talked about making his own and then the next day, he holds the single biggest stake in twitter.
 

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It was announced today that Elon Musk will join Twitter's board of directors. Considering his recent statements, there's very little doubt that he will push for free speech on their platform.

 

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You can't have a hyper-activist political animal making these decisions at Twitter, from either side. They got exposed for this when their review process was laid out publicly.
 

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Elon Musk recently has become the largest shareholder for twitter and many believe, after his recent tweets on the issue, that he is going to become actively engaged with turning twitter around from the censorship and leftist radicalization cesspool it has become. Its possible twitter will actually become the libertarian ideal of a public town square. Currently his holdings are only considered "passive" but analysts believe this is only the first shot across the brow against the leftist social media site.

Elon Musk buys 9.2% stake in Twitter, making him the largest shareholder
Then surely you want Musk to ban far leftist stuff, such as the promotion of children getting drugs or surgery for transgenderism?