Elon Stays off Twitter
The former richest man in the world is receiving criticism on his own app just a week after being offstage at a Dave Chappelle performance.
This week, the haughty heir to the emerald rolled the dice by asking Twitter users if they thought they should step down as Twitter’s CEO.
The poll received seventeen and a half million votes, exploding faster than one of his rickety vehicles.
Over ten million, or 57.5%, of those votes, instructed Elon to back off.
Musk’s popularity has decreased even further since he began making unprovoked attacks on the LGBTQ community, criticizing “pronouns,” and spreading false information about transgender healthcare.
Evidently, his attempt to take over Twitter hasn’t been well received either. It’s been one chaotic half-cocked idea after another, from his careless firing of top company officials and his introduction of a “crunch-time” work culture to his verification badge/Twitter Blue snafu and his recent threat to make tweets 4000 characters long.
Trump loudly objected to the reinstatement of his Twitter account recently and chose to stick with his own Truth Social app instead. Elon then made linking to other social media platforms, such as Truth Social, a punishable offense on Twitter out of resentment.
His frantic attempt to close the app’s doors sparked a backlash right away. People brought up his own earlier this year tweet in which he posed the question, “Which side needs to build a wall to prevent people from escaping? That is the wrong one!
Elon pledged not to repeat this poor policy announcement without first seeking permission: