Senator Warren tried to go after Elon Musk on Twitter and he turns the tables roasting her in tweets. The liberal Time Magazine named Elon Musk as Person of the Year putting his name on the same list as Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Nikita Khrushchev, which seemed to upset Senator Warren as she tried to attack him on Twitter.
Senator Karen Elon described her in one of his tweets, sent out the tweet “Let’s change the rigged tax code so The Person of the Year will actually pay taxes and stop freeloading off everyone else.”
Elon Musk quickly took offense to this as he will pay a record-shattering amount of taxes this year as the worlds’ richest person, and let off a slew of tweets against Senator Warren.
Elon then goes on to reply to many of the tweets in the thread from many other topics people tweeted at him from his back and forth with Senator Karen. It is great entertainment.
After years of Facebook using Factchecker sites like PolitiFact and Snopes to attack conservatives, they finally had to admit in court that “Fact Checks” are really just “opinions.” A lawsuit brought by journalist John Stossel has exposed Facebook fact-checkers battle against “misinformation” as a bunch of (excuse our language), “BULLSHIT”.
Facebook argued in court against the lawsuit by saying that the “Fact Check” labels they apply to your posts are protected opinion under the First Amendment.
Everyone knows that this fake fact-checking industry is funded by liberal billionaires like George Soros and is just something they use as political attacks on Conservative America.
We hope that Mr. Stossel’s lawsuit wins and wish him well against these liberal tyrants. We need more brave souls like John Stossel to step up and let these leftists know that we don’t care what they do, just leave us alone and let us live our lives how we want. If you want to dress up like a freak and walk down the street, that’s your right and I don’t care. I’m going to stare and think you need some mental help, but I won’t attack you for your beliefs or hire you if that’s how you come looking to an interview.
Jack Dorsey the CEO and founder of Twitter is expected to step down from the CEO role and Twitter’s investors seem to enjoy this idea a lot. Usually when a CEO steps down you can expect the stock to tumble a little as a new CEO take over, but with today’s rumor, Twitter’s stock surged at the news that Jack was leaving showing you how little investors think of Jack Dorsey as the CEO.
Twitter has been at the center of censorship charges when they banned President Trump last year from their platform but continues to let terrorist like Darrel Brooks and ISIS use their platform.
Most of Facebook’s platforms, including Instagram and WhatsApp, went down with widespread outages today. Users began reporting outages around 11 a.m. Eastern Time. The blackout of services continued for 7 hours till services began to recover around 6 p.m. Eastern.
Having to use Twitter to get their messages out, Facebook announced around 6:33 p.m.
Andy Stone, a spokesman for Facebook also tweeting out:
During this time Facebook shares fell as much as 5% wiping out nearly $6 billion of Mark Zuckerberg’s personal wealth. The mystery of what happened to Facebook is still a mystery.