Former President Trump commented on Elon Musk’s publication of the “Twitter Files,” which reveal Twitter’s attempt to bury a story and meddle in the 2020 election.
In a series of tweets, Trump claimed that the explosive revelations showed that Americans live in a corrupt nation.
“Wow! That’s a huge story concerning Twitter and government fraud in general, and election fraud in particular,” Trump said, before adding, “the same degree of Fraud took place with the other Big Tech firms, if not much worse (if that’s possible?)… We live in a highly corrupt country where, as is often said online, “NOTHING WILL BE DONE BECAUSE THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT & FBI ARE CORRUPT.” However, “boxes” that were taken openly and lawfully from the W.H. will still be investigated.
The following morning, Trump returned to the topic to elaborate on the new information.
Do you throw out the results of the 2020 presidential election and declare the rightful winner in light of the evidence of massive and widespread Fraud and deception perpetrated in collaboration with big tech companies, the Democratic National Committee, and the Democrat Party? Or do you hold a new election? To this, Trump said, “a Massive Fraud of this sort and extent allows for the termination of all laws, regulations, and articles, even those included in the Constitution…” false and fraudulent elections are something our great “Founders” would never have wanted and would never have allowed.
Liberals, meanwhile, were quick to debunk the report as “hack crap.”
The former Obama administration aide Jon Favreau has publicly called out Musk, claiming his claims are entirely false.
Elon is spending the evening embarrassing someone who has fought addiction to increase user activity on the money-losing website he recently acquired. Amazing dude, Favreau said on Twitter.
Mehdi Hasan, the anchor of MSNBC, attempted to change the subject away from the laptop and onto something that would be more interesting to leftists.
Envision yourself working as a volunteer on Friday night to undertake internet public relations for the world’s richest man in support of blatantly and cynically right-wing themes, all while professing to speak truth to power. And doing so, at the end of the same week, the world’s richest man unbanned many neo-Nazis from this site. But the laptop, yeah! ‘Tis the notebook computer! This laptop!”