Liberal Meltdown Incoming: Elon Musk Does Some Expert Trolling of Twitter

Elon Musk has done some “expert trolling” on Twitter after purchasing 9.2 percent of the shares of the company for nearly $3 billion. Musk offered another $43 billion to buy the entire company and take it private.

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During this process, Musk has trolled the left-wing company with a number of potential changes. This has undoubtedly triggered a liberal meltdown as numerous Twitter employees have publicly stated their outrage over the situation.

Musk posted a poll where he proposed turning Twitter headquarters in San Francisco into a homeless shelter because no one was going in to work anyway.

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Twitter management has promised that people could work remotely forever, if they wanted to.

More than 91 percent voted in Musk’s Twitter poll to turn it into a homeless shelter.

In another poll, Musk turned up his trolling by asking whether people want to remove the “w” from Twitter. He didn’t have “no” as an option.

“Delete the w in twitter?” Musk asked.

Another question from Musk asked, “Is Twitter dying?” Musk pointed to a number of “top” account that tweet very rarely, such as Justin Bieber.

Musk has proposed cutting the subscription price for Twitter Blue from $3 to $2 a month, banning ads, offering an option to pay in Dogecoin, and getting an authentication checkmark.

Musk also noted that Blue had a 20-second modifiable feature and not an edit feature that many people desire.

In another tweet, Musk wrote one simple word: “Exactly.” This immediately sent shockwaves through Twitter because Musk was responding to a video of billionaire investor Carl Icahn who fired 12 floors of employees during a company takeover in 1984 of ACF Industries, which manufactured railroad cars.

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In the video, which is 8 minutes and well worth watching, Icahn explains how he visited 12 floors and couldn’t figure out “what the hell they were doing.” It was like “razzle-dazzle,” Icahn said. Employees couldn’t explain what work they do at the company and the company also wasn’t making any money.

This comment by Musk indicates that he may push for Twitter to terminate employment for some of its employees. The left-wing workforce is accused of focusing their efforts on stifling free speech on the social platform, which prompted Musk to purchase over 9% of the company for nearly $3 billion.

Musk also recently suggested turning Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters into a homeless shelter because the workforce doesn’t show up there anyways. Billionaire Jeff Bezos responded to Musk in support of this idea.

In the video, Icahn says, “I go home, take a look at my yellow pad. I can’t figure out what the hell they do. I’m not an idiot. I can’t figure out what the hell they do.”

Then the company hired a group of consultants from Columbia University to find out what the workers did. After spending three weeks and $250,000 on the consulting firm, they came back to Icahn and said, “We don’t know what they do either.”

Icahn proceeded to schedule a meeting with the company’s COO, who was based in a separate location. Icahn tells journalist Andrew Sorkin, “He was like a John Wayne character. He was a captain in the Marines, a tough guy. I was scared of him.”

Icahn told him, “I want to know how many of those guys in New York you need to support your operation here cause I honestly can’t figure out what they do. He says, ‘I’ll tell you what you should do. You don’t have the balls to do what I’ll tell you to do. Get rid of all of ’em all tomorrow,’” Icahn says.

“I still was wondering, you know, maybe this guy Joe was a little crazy,” Icahn said. “How could I get rid of 12 floors of people? Got rid of the whole twelve floors,” Icahn said. “It was like out of a science fiction movie. They never existed.” Watch the video:

Musk apparently watched the clip and replied, “Exactly.” Here’s Musk’s tweet:

In December 2021, as Parag Agrawal took on his new role as CEO of Twitter, Musk responded with this tweet:

This meme of Agrawal was created using a historic image of Soviet communists Joseph Stalin and Nikolai Yezhov, who notoriously denied people basic freedoms. Agrawal has openly admitted that Twitter is focusing “less on thinking about free speech, but thinking about how the times have changed.”

Agrawal has admitted the company is “not to be bound by the First Amendment,” adding that free speech is de-prioritized in favor of ensuring “a healthier public conversation.”

“Where our role is particularly emphasized is who can be heard,” Agrawal said. “And so increasingly our role is moving towards how we recommend content… how we direct people’s attention.”

Numerous left-wing Twitter employees have suffered meltdowns over Elon Musk. Twitter engineering manager Jay Holler went on a tirade on the social media platform, according to The Post Millennial. At one point, he says Musk’s new appointment to Twitter’s Board has “radicalized” and “broken” him. Holler falsely attacks Musk as a “misogynist,” “sadistic,” and “transphobe.”

Musk promises “significant improvements” will be made soon as the left-wing platform has failed miserably to adhere to the basic principle of free speech. It’s easy to see why the Left is outraged: They openly support censorship and oppose free speech.

Cassie Nick Rumbaugh, a data scientist at Twitter, is among the employees and contractors who are very upset. Rumbaugh calls Musk a “prominent transphobe,” and says his investment into Twitter “is not at all funny.”

“Looks like I picked a good week to be off,” Geri Kidd responded, who works as a recruiting manager for Twitter. Gerard Taylor, a senior software engineer at Twitter, is also unhappy with Musk and concerned about the left-wing “company culture.”

Here’s a look at more examples from journalist Andy Ngô:

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