How Hypocritical the Left’s Effort to Fend off Elon’s Twitter Grab Truly Is

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It was hilarious to see the reaction of the left to Elon Musk’s tweet offering to buy Twitter. They’re looking for “saviors” who will replace Musk.

They are now looking to block Musk with the largest shareholders such as Saudi Prince Alwaleed bin Talal, asset managers Vanguard and Blackrock. This is more than Musk’s 9.2 percent.

We reported on Thoma, a private equity company, making a bid for Twitter.

Let’s think about it for a second.

Here is what the Left says about entities like Vanguard or Blackrock. This is the last month.

Vanguard and Blackrock are major shareholders of Facebook.

Let’s not forget the basic Democratic mantra about Saudi Arabia.

The left’s supposed principles of discrimination against the wealthy are dead. They appear willing to give up their principles if the platforms can be controlled easily by the powerful.

This is the essence of the matter, control is what it boils down to. People who disagree with the narrative may be allowed to question it. This is a concern for the true freedom of speech on this platform.