Caitlyn Jenner has told Elon Musk he has become “public enemy number one for very bad people” in a tweet the former Olympian raised concerns about the billionaire’s safety.
Caitlyn Jenner told Elon Musk she is concerned about his safety following the release of “The Twitter Files” regarding the latest Hunter Biden laptop controversy.
In a tweet, the former Olympian said: “@elonmusk I hope you are surrounded by heavy security and in a very safe undisclosed location. You have become public enemy number one of some very nasty people. Looking forward. Prayers for you and thank you for your bravery.
Twitter’s new boss Musk said during a live interview on Twitter Spaces on Saturday that he should probably step up his security after a speaker asked Twitter to suppress a 2020 New York Post report about President Biden’s son Hunter’s laptop. Has he felt any pressure since the release of documents detailing the decisions of the
The billionaire, who acquired the social media platform on October 27, released internal documents saying his goal was to build trust. Autonomous columnist Matt Taibbi got the records, it is muddled whether Musk gave them, and posted inward correspondences and different insights regarding the organization’s choices at that point.
Musk said in a tweet: Twitter’s actions to suppress free speech are not a violation of the First Amendment but are acting under orders from the government to suppress free speech without any judicial review.