Watch Bannon’s War Room for discussion about this with Jack Posobiec (Human Events), Darren Beattie (Revolver,) and Jason Miller (GETTR).

On now.


Real America’s Voice:


Leftists on Twitter are having a panic attack. Their censorship bubble is being threatened. Check out the comments. 🤣🤣🤣

He also offered to buy at 54.20 a share… adding 4.20. He made a weed joke. The trolling is real and I’m amused. 🤣

“Elon Musk is acting kind of Trumpian lately. I like it.” — Wendy Rogers, Telegram

“I saw this coming.  When the tussle happened over Elon joining the board as the largest minority shareholder, the pushback from Parag was something along the lines of “well, we’d welcome you the board, surely!  Hehe.  But, see…there’s this fiduciary responsibility thing, don’t you know, where as a board member you can’t Tweet things that ‘harm’ the company and reduce shareholder value. So…you’re welcome to join the board!  On our terms!  “

The rest was a foregone conclusion. If Elon tenders an offer above market (which he did) and *they* turn it down, it is their breech of fiduciary responsibility that now comes into play.  They cannot turn it down. They must accept, or find a better offer (which they won’t get.) So he buys the whole thing, and then fires the board and all the officers.


–Cognitive Carbon, Telegram

Elon Musk offers to buy Twitter for $41 billion

Elon Musk has offered to buy Twitter for about $41 billion, just days after rejecting a seat on the social media company’s board.

Interesting to see what happens next…

Musk: “Since making my investment I now realize the company will neither thrive nor serve this societal imperative in its current form. Twitter needs to be transformed as a private company,” Musk said in a letter to Twitter Chairman Bret Taylor.

“My offer is my best and final offer and if it is not accepted, I would need to reconsider my position as a shareholder”.

Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal revealed earlier this week that Musk had reversed his decision to join the
board, warning that there could be “distractions” ahead for employees.
The report cited interviews with Twitter employees who asked not to be identified while
discussing the company’s inner workings. Several employees told the outlet that Twitter’s
internal environment was a “s–t-show” after Musk’s deal with the board fell through.
One Twitter employee griped that Musk was likely ‘just getting started” with pushing for
change at the company – a development the worker described as “unfortunate,”
according to Bloomberg.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO was invited to join the board one day after disclosing a 9.2
percent stake in Twitter earlier this month, becoming its largest shareholder.