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BREAKING: Twitter Board UNANIMOUSLY Endorses Elon Musk's Takeover



Briahna Joy Gray and Robby Soave react to the Twitter’s Board of Directors’ unanimous approval of Elon Musk’s $44 billion offer …

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  1. I swear I got 10 requests from Chinese bots over the last 3 days. Never got so many random bot requests b4.

    I'm not paying for social media, that idea doesn't seem smart.

  2. Elon is not interested in Twitter as a sharing platform as it is now. Tweeting will be a thing of the past. When I was living in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, the only app on my phone was WeChat. I can paid for everything from coffee, public transport, electric bills, phone bills, make Dr appointment, paying my friends, etc. This is what Elon is going to do with Twitter. It’s like having Venmo, WhatsApp and your bank all wrap in one platform. No one will miss Twitter as 95% don’t use it. Only brain dead leftists use Twitter. These morons will now know what’s it like to be deleted, they never were relevant and their delusion never mattered.

  3. It's a problem though that some of the investors or foreign. This platform doesn't need Saudi involvment. I don't see how this will solve the bot problem considering it is thought that they are one of the countries that create tens of thousands of fake accounts for nefarious reasons. Best thing is for everyone to ditch Twitter and other platforms and just use text and email. We need to get away from all these billionaires whenever we can, no matter who they are.

  4. The only option for a twitter edit button to work is if it says "ëdited"" under the post, and lets you view the previous post.

  5. "not so great labor takes"

    from an employee. 🤦🏼‍♀️
    how about you start and run your own business, even a small one, to learn what managing labor is truly like.

  6. facebook has to "troll" me with stuff from 5+ years ago, cos that's how long it's been since i made a personal post.

  7. I wonder how many of the bots are from Hillary Clinton's propaganda organization Correct The Record(it's been a while so I may be misremembering it's name, but it should be at least similar).