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Twitter doesn’t believe in free speech and hates Elon Musk’s takeover: secret recording

Twitter doesn’t believe in freedom of speech and people working at the company hate Elon Musk’s $44 billion (roughly Rs 3,41,910 crore) bid to take over the company, it said. said a man, who is described as a senior engineer. with the social media giant.

A US far-right activist group Project Veritas has released a video allegedly showing a senior Twitter engineer, Siru Murugesan, admitting that the company has a strong left-wing bias and that right-handers have been openly censored.

Murugesan was caught on camera saying the corporate culture on Twitter is extremely left-wing, and said his colleagues “hate, hate, hate” Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s proposed takeover.

According to Murugesan, Twitter’s office politics were so left-wing that people working at the microblogging site changed their original views to suit the prevailing atmosphere.

Twitter recently agreed to an acquisition by the CEO of Tesla in a deal worth $44 billion, although it is still subject to shareholder approval. However, Elon Musk said the microblogging site’s $44 billion takeover bid was pending.

Musk himself has often complained about a leftist bias on Twitter. He had said Twitter’s decision to ban former US President Donald Trump was a mistake and that he would reverse it if its acquisition of the social media company was successful.

Asked how his colleagues reacted to the news of Musk’s takeover, Murugesan replied, “They’re like, it would be my last day if that happened.”

Murugesan said “a lot has changed” since Musk began the buyout process in April and employees were worried about their jobs because his companies operate differently from Twitter’s “socialist” workplace.

“He’s a capitalist and we weren’t really acting like capitalists, more like socialists. Like we’re all dorks like f*.”

Murugesan said the company’s operating procedures were extremely lax and “essentially anyone can do whatever they want.”

Murugesan said many staff members openly tried to thwart Musk’s takeover and many employees rioted against it.

After Musk announced the Twitter takeover, Murugesan said, “Employees warned of staff ‘exodus’.”

“We did everything we could to revolt against this,” he said.


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