Billionaire and Twitter Owner Elon Musk posted a Twitter Poll on November 18th, 2022, asking users if former President Donald J. Trump should be reinstated to Twitter.
President Trump was banned from Twitter after he was blamed for causing the illegal protests held on January 6th, 2020 over the certification of the 2020 Presidential Election in the United States. There were reports of massive electoral fraud in several key swing states.
The American public as a whole are still divided over what exactly happened on January 6th, 2022. Many Conservatives have said the election was stolen from President Trump in a few key swing states while others are holding (falsely) that the illegal protests on January 6th, 2022 were a literal insurrection. Indian River News can confirm the insurrection narrative is completely false. We condemn any property damage and theft that occurred that day at the U.S. Capital Building.
President Trump, since his ban from Twitter, has made his own Social Media website, Truth Social.
Hours earlier, Elon Musk asked Twitter users “What should Twitter do next.” One user responded, saying to bring back Alex Jones.
Musk responded, simply saying “no.”
The Hodge Twins put a poll below the tweet asking users if Alex Jones should be brought back to Twitter.
Jones, through his website Banned.Video, responded to Elon Musk, saying he didn’t care if he came back or not. Jones said he hopes Musk can fix Twitter to make it better than it was before. Click here to watch the full video from Jones.
Gab CEO Andrew Torba posted on his personal Gab account “Gab is inevitable” showing a screenshot of content creator Viva Frei on Twitter expressing his concerns about keeping the Gab ban. Musk replied “too bad.”
Gab has been viewed as the most Pro-Free Speech social media in the world. It is more Pro-Free Speech than President Trump’s Truth Social and others such as Gettr.
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