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90% Of Users On Twitter Are Bots? What Elon Musk May Have Stumbled Upon


The Twitter deal is on hold, but not for the reasons you would expect..

It turns out that the hesitation is now on the part of Elon Musk, as he entertains doubts about the network’s viability as a social media platform.

I would have my doubts too if my team’s testing caused me to wonder if up to 90% of Twitter’s daily active users are, in fact, automated bots…

That’s right, Elon Musk may have just stumbled upon the C.I.A’s most perverse tool in manufacturing consent, and inducing mass formation psychosis—a simple social media network…

After all, it’s no secret that the powers that be are conducting military grade psy-ops on the public…

All of us have at one point or another encountered bots, sometimes it was obvious, other times not so much, but 90% of the users being bots is just beyond the pale…

It essentially means that Twitter is purely a tool for social engineering and nothing more, which would be a seismic finding if it is true—perhaps one of the biggest scandals of the century.

Musk has not confirmed this incredibly high threshold yet, but he has gone on record to say that no test by his team has yet shown Twitter to have daily active user bots less than 5%—the number which Twitter reports…

Take a look:

The New York Post claims:

Musk tweeted during the early hours of Sunday that he is yet to see “any” analysis that shows that the social media company has fake accounts less than 5%.

He later said that “There is some chance it might be over 90% of daily active users.”

Fox Business explains that Twitter has accused Musk of violating an NDA by disclosing their sample size for gathering data on automated bot accounts:

Elon Musk has been told by Twitter’s legal team that he violated a non-disclosure agreement after he previously tweeted about how the company checks for bot accounts, he tweeted Saturday.


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