Elon Musk Claims He Faces “Quite Significant” Risk Of Being Assassinated

Elon Musk Claims He Faces

SpaceX founder and newly minted Twitter owner Elon Musk has claimed the risk of his assassination is ‘quite significant.’ During a two-hour Q&A on Twitter Spaces, Musk said he believes his life is likely in danger but that he hopes ‘fate’ will ‘smile upon the situation’.

On Friday, Taibbi published a lengthy Twitter thread offering evidence of the ways the company had worked to cover up the Hunter Biden laptop story.

Musk has been critical of the platform’s former leadership and the role they played in quieting certain political voices and promoting others.

In the first Twitter Files release from journalist Matt Taibbi, readers gain insight into how Twitter content moderation leadership came to the muddled decision to censor the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story

“What you’re about to read is the first installment in a series, based upon thousands of internal documents obtained by sources at Twitter,’ wrote Taibbi. ‘The Twitter Files, Part One: How and Why Twitter Blocked the Hunter Biden Laptop Story.

Musk recently revealed that he has given two journalists unfettered access to the complete treasure trove of Twitter’s internal corporate communications that will allow the public to better understand how the company operated during its most controversial moments

“The emails contained back-and-forths between various members of Twitter’s content moderation team that ultimately led to the shaky decision to ban the story without consulting co-founder and then-CEO, Jack Dorsey.

“Twitter took extraordinary steps to suppress the story, removing links and posting warnings that it may be “unsafe,”‘ wrote Taibbi.

“They even blocked its transmission via direct message, a tool hitherto reserved for extreme cases, e.g. child pornography.”

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The world’s richest man said during a Twitter Spaces chat over the weekend that he believes the risk to his life is not insignificant and that he plans to avoid exposing himself unnecessarily to possible dangers from crowds

Musk has granted journalists Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss access to all previous corporate communications that took place on Twitter.

The goal, he said, of the exercise is to expose ways in which the company has behaved badly in the past so that trust can be established moving forward.

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