[COMMENTARY] Another Day, Another Excuse From Elon Musk to Not Actually Buy Twitter

Now, everyone will be delighted with the attention-grabbing experiment that Elon Musk unleashed when he announced that he would buy Twitter for $44 billion. I feel pretty safe in my assessment that Elon just wants to play with other people’s emotions for a while to see what happens while he’s sorting things out with the SEC. It’s just that he makes excuses not to buy it now, like when Donald Trump made excuses before he died in November 2020 but now acts like he didn’t lose.

When Elon started thinking about charging “certain” people for Twitter and other odd ramblings, he couldn’t stop talking about himself. The forecast is clearly getting bleak. There was some nonsense about him finding other supporters when he was supposed to buy Twitter alone as a big boy, but now Big Stall is up and running.

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Elon’s latest excuse? Twitter has too many bots! No, really! He said his team will test “a random sample of 100 followers” ​​on Twitter to identify bots.

Then this happened. Or did it? Usually, when a flamboyant billionaire says “this really happened,” it probably didn’t. It’s weird that we keep seeing this kind of behavior, isn’t it?

Either way, maybe next Elon will say that Twitter has too many women on it, or too many people responding to the truth, or something equally petty for him to be all of, “Anyway, I don’t want to!” after he realized he couldn’t afford it.

https://hillreporter.com/commentary-another-day-another-excuse-from-elon-musk-to-not-actually-buy-twitter-131562 [COMMENTARY] Another Day, Another Excuse From Elon Musk to Not Actually Buy Twitter

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