Musk’s purchase of Twitter has sparked fury on the left of the political aisle, with many expressing apprehension over his plans to allow free speech and restore previously banned accounts. White House press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre on Monday released internal documents from Twitter owner Elon Musk that indicated the Democratic Party had preferential access to the social media platform’s censorship tools.
Last Friday Elon Musk began a series of posts via alternative journalist Matt Tibbie in which he detailed the company’s approach to censorship during the 2020 presidential election cycle. The distributed records included interchanges between Twitter chiefs that proposed the Tracker Biden PC story was choked without reason.
What is happening is clearly not healthy. It will never really assist a solitary American with working on their lives. And so look we see it as an interesting, you know coincidence and you know it’s a distraction, Jean-Pierre told reporters. We find it interesting if you think about it, or a coincidence that he would randomly put this distraction on a Twitter filled with old news.
They noted that Musk released internal Twitter documents regarding one such controversial matter at the same time his platform was being scrutinized for its new approach to limited content moderation. And at the same time Twitter is facing very real and very serious questions about the growing amount of anger, hatred and anti-Semitism on their platform and how they are allowing it to happen, Jean-Pierre continued.
Musk’s purchase of Twitter has sparked fury on the left of the political aisle, with many expressing apprehension over his plans to allow free speech and restore previously banned accounts. Musk reinstated former President Donald Trump earlier this year along with several other prominent conservative accounts. He has since announced plans to enact a general clemency for accounts that do not break the law or engage in serious spam.
The very rich person’s lenient demeanor to free discourse has not been without its cutoff points. Musk suspended rap mogul Kanye West last week after he posted a photo that combined a swastika with the Star of David and suggested it could be used as a logo for his 2024 presidential campaign. could work. Can do. Despite this, it again violated our rule of inciting violence Musk said, adding the account would be suspended.