Twitter users welcome Elon Musk’s new overlord by roasting him alive

Contrary to popular belief, Twitter sometimes it can be a very warm place – even scorching.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk received the traditional Twitter cheer when he got seriously burned when he reached an agreement on Monday to buy a social media platform for about $44 billion.

It’s not entirely clear what Musk, a South African-born billionaire with a penchant for rockets, Burning Man and really weird baby names, plans to do with the platform. But one thing he insisted on is that he believes in free speech.

Given that Musk frequently uses Twitter to bad jokes and complain aboutawakening,Many of his critics concerned that his promise to preserve the First Amendment will further spread disinformation, propaganda and hate speech in the name of profitability. (Not that anyone would blame the head of Tesla, the company that has multiple discrimination lawsuitsnot always with the best interests of people in mind.)

Some Democratic lawmakers are concerned that under Musk, Twitter reestablish the account of former President Donald Trump, which was suspended following his supporters’ deadly attack on the US Capitol on January 6, 2021.

In fact, these concerns are only scratching the surface of what the richest man in the world able to do with a platform that has repeatedly demonstrated its ability to cause social chaos. But before Musk turns it all into a subscription-based service where users must pay in cryptocurrency, NFT or James Bond memorabiliaHere are some jokes about Musk’s acquisition of Twitter. Read them before they’ve been mysteriously deleted.


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