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Jim Jordan: Future Investigation of Twitter Incoming?


The saga of Elon Musk attempting to buy Twitter has taken some interesting twists and turns in the last few days.

The latest breaking news is that Twitter may actually agree to Musk’s terms.

Perhaps Twitter may have felt the pressure from US congressman Jim Jordan and other House republicans.

Last week, a group of 18 republicans, including Jordan, asked Twitter’s board to preserve all records related to Musk’s offer to buy Twitter.

This could set up a congressional probe if republicans were to potentially win back the majority in this year’s midterms.

This comes just after Musk recently insinuated that he was “moving on” from the deal.

Stay tuned for the latest on this developing saga!

Jordan shared this story from CNBC on Friday:

A group of 18 House Republicans is asking Twitter’s board to preserve all records related to Elon Musk’s offer to buy the company, setting up a potential congressional probe should the party win back the majority this fall.

In letters shared exclusively with CNBC, Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee asked Twitter Board Chairman Bret Taylor and other members of the board to preserve any messages from official or personal accounts, including through encryption software, that relate to Twitter’s consideration of Musk’s offer.

“As Congress continues to examine Big Tech and how to best protect Americans’ free speech rights, this letter serves as a formal request that you preserve all records and materials relating to Musk’s offer to purchase Twitter, including Twitter’s consideration and response to this offer, and Twitter’s evaluation of its shareholder interests with respect to Musk’s offer,” said the letter, led by ranking member Jim Jordan, R-Ohio.

Following the news of Twitter considering Musk’s offer, Jordan welcomed the possibility.

Newsmax reports on that:

Republican U.S. Representative Jim Jordan on Monday welcomed reports that Twitter Inc. is poised to agree a sale to Elon Musk as good for shareholders and good for free speech.

“I think this deal looks like it’s good for the shareholders; second, it’s good for free speech, it’s good for the First Amendment,” Jordan said in an interview with Fox News.

Jordan commented more of the news on Twitter:

Jordan continues to man the front lines against the left.


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