Elon Musk Poised To Smoke The Competition

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Elon Musk has been the largest shareholder of Twitter for less than a week, and already he seems likely to torch its current business model.

Amidst rumors that Musk will return Twitter to its original meaning and message, Musk used the social media platform to drop a hint of what’s to come.

“Twitter’s next board meeting is gonna be lit,” tweeted Musk, along with a picture of himself smoking what would appear to be the devil’s lettuce.

Now, that’s how you make a virtual entrance.

Musk’s investment into Twitter — estimated to have been between $2 and $3 billion for 9.1% of all shares — has sent liberals into a panic, much to the amusement of Musk and so many others. The prospect of uncensored free speech seems to frighten all the right people.

“(Washington Post) always good for a laugh,” Musk tweeted earlier this week.

Clay Travis, OutKick’s founding father, can’t get enough of Musk’s pending Twitter improvements — we’re with ya, Clay! — and he even compared the billionaire to Entourage bad ass boss Ari Gold.

Seems accurate, although I can’t imagine too many liberals wanting to hug it out, bitch! once they realize they can no longer delete, hide or block comments or accounts that don’t support the mainstream narrative.

Travis and Musk weren’t the only blue checkmarks celebrating the likely return of social media free speech:

Smoke ya later, liberals.

Follow along on Twitter: @OhioAF


Written by Anthony Farris


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  1. We’ll see what happens. This would have been better timed a few years ago, but we’ll take what we can get. Unfortunately, as Jason Whitlock pointed out on his podcast the other day, Twitter has already done its damage. I hope Musk can still move the needle a bit back towards sanity there to at least end the ridiculous censorship practices. It’s nothing but a social media nanny now, and is also reportedly being used to share more child pornography than any place on the Internet. So they police freedoms while facilitating crimes, you know, like a 3rd world country of social media. Maybe ought to focus some bright light on that massive problem.

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