Just days after Elon Musk publicly announced he voted Republican for the first time, liberals are heated at him again.
During a Q & A meeting with Twitter employees, Musk used the phrase “all lives matter”.
After Musk made the statement liberal employees at Twitter immediately started a private group chat on slack and started to bash Musk for making the comments.
According to the far left if you say “all lives matter” instead of Black Lives Matter then you are racist and are “missing the point”.
During a Q & A meeting with Twitter employees, Elon Musk used the phrase “all lives matter,” prompting some of the company’s woke staffers to have a mini freak out.https://t.co/dYZLLY88OE
— Paul Joseph Watson (@PrisonPlanet) June 17, 2022
Twitter Employees Freak Out At Elon Musk Saying "All Lives Matter" https://t.co/1dvmQMwM6g
— zerohedge (@zerohedge) June 17, 2022
Zero Hedge dropped these details:
During a Q & A meeting with Twitter employees, Elon Musk used the phrase “all lives matter,” prompting some of the company’s woke staffers to have a mini freak out.
The billionaire addressed Twitter employees to fill them in on his plans for the company and Project Veritas obtained a recording of the remote session.
During the conference call, the Tesla founder reiterated his position as a “free speech absolutist,” adding that people should be able to say “pretty outrageous things” on Twitter so long as they were legal.
However, Twitter employees appeared to be even more triggered by Musk uttering the words “all lives matter.”
“He literally just said all lives mattered,” one complained, according to a screenshot from a leaked Twitter Slack channel.
“Yikes,” commented another.
Whoever defined that “All Lives Matter” has racist connotation either does not speak English or is mentally challenged.https://t.co/Sue7z1delu
— Progressive Right (@ProgressiveMigi) June 17, 2022
Musk would go on to talk about how Twitter should advocate for free speech and not suppress it.
CNBC shared these details:
When it comes to legal but potentially harmful speech, Musk told Twitter employees, that people should be allowed to say what they want.
But that’s different from Twitter promoting that speech, Musk said, according to the source.
Users have the right to filter out content they don’t want to see, he added. Musk said the standard is much more than not offending people, it’s that they are entertained and informed.
Musk reiterated a sentiment he made online earlier that if 10% of the far left and far right are upset, Twitter is doing the right thing.
Addressing the topic of inclusion and diversity, Musk said the most inclusive thing to do would be to get all humans on Twitter.