Representative Adam Schiff said Sunday that billionaire Elon Musk made a “terrible mistake” in restoring former President Donald Trump’s banned Twitter account, as we reported in January said on ABC’s This Week that his own vice president put Mike Pence’s life in danger.
He showed no remorse. Schiff continued to lie about his actions that day, vowing to forgive those who attacked police officers and stormed the Capitol. Twitter suspended users until they returned to the site. until the company established a process for doing so, including creating a Content Moderation Council.
This contradicts what Elon Musk had said that he was going to hire a lawyer to evaluate Schiff and further contradicts Musk and his claimed concern about bots on his own platform. Which is linked to an election decision on the platform which can be easily misused like this.
Trump was banned from social media platforms two days after a mob of his supporters violently attacked the Capitol in an attempt to block congressional certification of the 2020 election. To fight the consequences.
Musk, who last month finalized his $44 billion acquisition of Twitter, has brought chaotic changes to the company in his short time, including sacking a large portion of the company’s 7,500 full-time employees and agreeing to lay off the rest. being included. involves ordering to be. Several actions were quickly implemented to meet the demand to keep the company afloat, triggering a wave of mass resignations.
Although he originally promised to set up a process to reinstate banned users, he reinstated Trump’s account after conducting a poll that asked Twitter users to click yes or no whether it should be reinstated or not.