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Liberal writer Sean King seems to have left Twitter after Tesla CEO Elon Musk complained that he bought a social media platform as “white supremacist.”
Users accessing King’s profile on the platform, @shaunking“This account does not exist. Please try to find another account.” Is displayed.
The account disappeared hours after King lamented that Musk purchased the platform on Monday.
“Fundamentally, @ElonMusk, who wants to buy Twitter, isn’t left-to-right,” King posted on the platform. “It’s about white supremacism.”
“The man was raised in apartheid by white supremacists,” King claimed. “He’s angry that Twitter doesn’t allow white supremacists to target or harass people. That’s his definition of free speech.”
Musk posted a statement on Twitter after Twitter’s board accepted Mask’s offer to buy the company for $ 44 billion on Monday.
“Freedom of speech is the foundation of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is a digital town square where issues essential to the future of humanity are being discussed,” Musk said. “We also want to improve Twitter more than ever by enhancing our products with new features, making algorithms open source to increase credibility, defeating spambots, and authenticating everyone.”
“Twitter has great potential. We look forward to working with the company and the community of users to unlock Twitter,” Musk added.
For critics like King, Musk tweeted, “Freedom of speech means, so I want even my worst critics to stay on Twitter.”
Former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey Appeared to celebrate Acquisition of mask.
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“In principle, I don’t think anyone should own or run Twitter,” Dorsey wrote on Twitter. “I want to be a public good at the protocol level, not the company. But solving the problem of being a company is the only solution I trust. Trusting his mission to spread the light of consciousness. There. “