People are puzzled about Meghan McCain's reaction to Elon Musk, who wants to buy Twitter. She's also talking about the Heck

People are puzzled about Meghan McCain's reaction to Elon Musk, who wants to buy Twitter. She's also ...

reacted to the news of's offer to, and in traditional Meghan-style, no one can figure out what she's trying to say. On Thursday morning, a conservative commentator revealed the amount of threats she receives on social media platforms. McCain also named-dropped former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and claimed that he "personally called" her because of her vitriol was so high.

Ive been on this platform for 12 years, and basically not a day goes by someone does not threaten to kill or rape me. It's so bad @jack personally called me about it,, says the president. Women deserve better than what's allowed to take place here, and the awake liberals in Silicon Valley do not give a sh*t.

I've been on this platform for 12 years, and basically not a day passes by someone does not threaten to kill or rape me. It's so bad personally called me about it.

Women deserve better than what's permitted to happen here and Silicon Valley's woke liberals don't give up a word.

Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain)

McCain's message gets confusing: "It's quite difficult to understand why?" McCain says, because she believes Musk will eliminate the "wonderfulness" and improve Twitter. McCain is defying this assumption because the Tesla CEO is pushing for less content moderation. He's a "."

McCain believes that Musk's removal of Twitter would be bad, but she chose the most convoluted way to express that point because it certainly does not come through in her tweet. Rather, she suggests that "woke liberals" allowed Twitter threats to run rampant, causing more content moderation, not less, to solve it. Instead, she expressed concern about "wokeness" and highlighted a problem Musk has no intention of solving.

Below are some reactions to McCain's tweet:

You can't imagine that solo ownership would be better.

IlsatheSheWolf USA-VET/Anti-NAZI/she-her (@aviva1964)

Wait, so you want less regulation? You want to allow more of it?

K Ram (@chumpsupporter2)

I think the point is that it will be disastrous for everyone. There are certainly additional threats, and Elon isn't picking up the phone.

Bakes (@Sbaker326)

Congrats for achieving the breakthrough in whatever direction.

JusticeBeforeUnity (@Slrdng2)

The first part of your sentiment is clear. No one should have to face it...

Rather, making an earnest plea about common decency on twitter, then adopting a gentle stance on "woke liberals," as the root of the issue isn't the most self-aware thing I've ever seen.

Bob Light (@SDCABob)

What are you looking for for Meghan?

op_tmm_st (@TimiAdetona)

Do you think Musk will do the same, and are you certain?

The (Vaccinated and Boosted) Ghost of August West (@August_West_GD)

Elon Musk wants even basic security guards removed. What he wants will not protect you from harassment. It might be worse.BTW don't use "woke" It highlights the dubious point you made.

Suki (@suekhi)

Why not have Musk purchase Twitter is the only reason why. You have shown us our point.

Leadership Matters (@mastersinleadin)

Me. It's all about.

Barry D (@primroseDav)

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