Posted originally on the conservative tree house on May 10, 2022 | Sundance
During a Q&A session at the Financial Times Future of the Car summit, a small-minded man of dubious connection to historical truth decided to make inquiries about Elon Musk’s perspective on Twitter. Specifically, whether the account of Donald Trump should be restored on the platform.
Elon Musk did not equivocate in advocating for the returned voice of Donald Trump; noting that banning speech from a platform does not mean ending that speech, it only drives that speech into another venue. The decision to perma-ban Donald Trump from Twitter was “morally wrong and flat out stupid.” WATCH:
Again, Musk did not equivocate, and that is an important element to consider when we evaluate the direction of his intent. Musk is aware that his position will draw extreme attacks from the moonbat wing of the political spectrum, yet he stands firm in the face of predictable adversity. I think we can all respect that, even if we disagree with Musk on nuances of his position toward other matters.