This is something that we all suspected, and now it appears that it is going to happen…
That’s not all though, Musk also has plans to make the company far more profitable through an optional subscription scheme, and a move away from the advertisement revenue model.
In other words, changes to Twitter are going to be massive…
Twitter’s entire business model is about to shift, and we welcome these changes. It’s high time the left lost its monopoly on the spread of information.
Here’s what people are saying:
I see that Elon Musk is planning on firing one thousand twitter employees. Such a shame…to lose all those lefties at once.
— Aufee (Briefly known as Chestnut Man) (@ChestnutMan4U) May 7, 2022
Only firing 1000 Twitter employees? I think it may take more than that to drain that swamp.https://t.co/mrDcIKzNo6
— freedom liberty (@GaltRand13) May 7, 2022
Daily Mail explains:
It’s believed he will fire many of the firm’s woke staff following the transfer of ownership which will take around six months, after which Musk is likely to wield the ax.
But then within the next three years, Musk anticipates making thousands of new hires, swelling the ranks to around 11,000 employees, up from 7,500 currently.
Evil woke culture
Enforcing fake narratives
Peddling Puerile propaganda
Imposing political correctness
Elon Musk on his first day at Twitter headquarters firing rogue employees pic.twitter.com/g6P1zdp0JX
— Vichar Swadeshi (@Sv4599) April 29, 2022
I disagree with firing them.
What I think should be done is policy changes inside Twitter, and current employees should be given the chance to accept to adhere to these policies.
If they agree, reevaluate their qualifications and update contract.
If not, to Facebook with them.
— ReLaxative (@vaclovas_v) May 3, 2022
Becker News writes:
Musk, known for his cryptic tweets, alluded to shaking up the leadership team; of course, he did it with a meme.
The context for the meme was provided by Newsmax’s Benny Johnson. It regards an interview between Tim Pool and the Twitter chief counsel herself.