Elon Musk purchased a new jersey this week, which he tallied with, and after a few road changes, the platform appears to be his, unless there is a regulatory snag, which seems unlikely to happen, although the view ladies aren't impressed by this Twitter development.
They are expressing concern about Musk's suggestion for his return to the season: "Free speech is the basis for a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square in which discussion takes place. "This is how people think about it, and how people think about it."
Elon Musk (@elonmusk)
So, everything goes, and do you want to avoid overburdened harassment? Elon and rile up people into groggy cryptocurrency investments, and Joy Behar, Sunny Hostin, and the rest aren't here for it. In particular, Hostin (starting at the 0:50 minute mark below) said that Twitter's "free speech" claim is geared towards a specific community:
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The View (@TheView)
What's interesting to me about Twitter is that only 22 percent of people are on Twitter in the world, Hostin said. And thats from a 2019 Pew study. So Twitter is not the real world. In fact, it is predominantly straight white men. So when Elon Musk says, Wow, this is about free speech, it appears to me that its about free speech of straight white men.
It's a good point. People also tend to stay inside their own Twitter bubbles and forget that there's a longer timeline, but yes, there may be a positive event here, too. Maybe Ice-T, who is being on the issue, will probably get that he's always wanted.