Since taking control of Twitter following his $44 billion acquisition of the social media company, Elon has been snooping about it, not just the code but also the company’s past business practices, such collaborating with the government to combat misinformation.
Found in closet at Twitter HQ fr 🤣🤣 pic.twitter.com/3xSI3KvvHk— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 23, 2022
He has allegedly been searching around the actual building as well, and what he discovered there was similarly startling but just as outlandish as anything that has been revealed so far regarding the anti-conservative activities that Twitter has been engaging in for all these years.
Commenting on that tweet with the video of the #staywoke shirt closet, Elon also tweeted, without comment, a link to the “department of justice report regarding the criminal investigation into the shooting death of michael brown by ferguson, missouri police officer darren wilson”.
He might have tweeted that because, as he claimed in a tweet that was shortly removed, “#StayWoke shirts stem from the Ferguson protests. Obama’s own DOJ proved this & exonerated the cop. “Hands up don’t shoot” was made up. The whole thing was a fiction.”
Why’d you just tweet & delete this? pic.twitter.com/DwBqa6igck— Jules Suzdaltsev (@jules_su) November 23, 2022
The video of the #StayWoke t-shirts went viral, and many right-leaning users joined in to mock the awakened Twitter staff.
Tim Young, a conservative author and journalist, for example, claimed that, “The social justice warriors even had their own adorable uniforms on Twitter.”
Another posted a tweet: “Blaming a private company for wanting to create a non toxic environment on the internet? Absolutely ridiculous that you criticise them on this when being woke is definitely a lot better than allowing freedom of speech which incites riots and lets the alt right grow so large.”
Elon thus succeeded in igniting the internet once more, this time with simply a little video of worn-out t-shirts.