Bad News for Twitter’s ‘Chief Censor’ Who Makes $17 Mil Per Year

Tesla CEO Elon Musk declared that he had no trust in Twitter’s management in the weeks before he made an offer of $44 billion to acquire the company.

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According to Musk, Exhibit B of his April 13 Schedule 13D filing with the SEC stated: “If the deal doesn’t work, given that I don’t have confidence in management nor do I believe I can drive the necessary change in the public market, I would need to reconsider my position as a shareholder.”

It was reported last week that Musk used “job cuts” in his pitch to potential lenders in regards to the proposed deal. Bloomberg reported, “Musk told bankers that he would be focused on the social-media company’s bottom line and floated the idea of cutting both costs and jobs, according to people familiar with the matter.”

According to Reuters, on Friday, “three people familiar with the matter” also reported Musk told bankers that as part of his cost-cutting plan, he intended to reduce executive salaries.

We have been given a clue in Musk’s tweet below about who may be the first to be fired.

Vijaya Gadde is Twitter’s chief legal officer and general counsel and serves as the company’s ultimate censor. Gadde earned $17 million from Twitter in 2021, and she’s reported to have played a significant role in Twitter’s decision to yank former president Donald Trump from the social media site and to have suppressed the Hunter Biden laptop story, cutting down Trump’s chances of winning the election.

It was during an interview with conservative journalist Tim Pool on “The Joe Rogan Experience” that the insufferable Gadde was humiliated over her left-wing bias. According to Musk’s post, he has posted a flowchart as a result of their discussion.

During the podcast, Pool asked, “So your platform restricts speech?”

“Our platform promotes speech unless people violate our rules,” Gadde replied.

“In a specific direction,” he stated.

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“In any direction,” she said, insistently. “It’s about a pattern and practice of violating our rules.”

There was a point in time when Pool put an end to the ridiculousness. “You have a pattern and practice of banning only one faction of people.”

In his statement, he cited a report from Quillette. In a recent analysis, Quillette found that 21 of 22 high-profile bannings came from “one side of the culture debate.”

In protest of his remarks, Gaddes insisted that “I don’t look at the political spectrum of people when I’m looking at their tweets.”

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Sure. Just like in George Orwell’s words, slavery is freedom.

In the wake of Musk’s announcement last Monday that he had reached an agreement with Twitter’s board of directors to acquire the company, Gadde arranged a virtual meeting for her entire team to discuss the issue. Gadde was emotional and cried several times during the meeting, according to three people familiar with the meeting, Politico reported.

If I knew that my $17 million salary was about to end, I would cry too.