G. McConway
November 25, 2022

Musk Housecleaning at Twitter Has Interesting Discovery

Twitter as a company does not exactly have a great reputation right now.

The company was responsible for shutting down anyone questioning the Democrat narratives during the 2020 election.

That, of course, does not even account for the limiting of conservative reach for most of the last six years.

It all made sense when Elon Musk was doing some house cleaning at Twitter HQ this week.


As Musk was cleaning out some closets at Twitter HQ, he came upon a secret stash of shirts that caught everyone's attention.

The shelves were stacked with T-shirts with the hashtag, #STAYWOKE…

Founder Jack Dorsey wore one of those shirts during an interview in 2016.

When he was asked what the shirt was supposed to represent, he stated, "Being awake, and eyes wide open around what's happening in the world.

"And to me, that's when I really first saw this phrase in action — was making sure that we're telling our story, and we're telling what's on the ground, and we saw it live through Twitter."

That is hardly what that phrase has evolved to mean today.

The woke movement is now largely associated with liberals who want to silence conservatives for daring to have a different opinion.

Musk has commented on this in the past…

And he brought it again after the great closet reveal, vowing to earn the trust of the American people again…

He has a long battle ahead of him on that front.

Conservatives believe the platform has limited their reach, and there has been little to alleviate that concern since Musk took over.

The left is now also freaking out, believing that Musk is a right-winger who will allow the site to become some right-wing conspiracy conduit.

Basically, he is no man's land right now, and he needs to find a way out or he will lose his $44 billion investment.

Source: Fox Business

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