Peter McCullough and Robert Malone are back on Twitter
At 7:45pm PT, I noticed that two of my fellow misinformation spreader friends did not show up for our nightly dinner in Twitter Heaven. We looked all over for them. They were sent back to the living.
Both McCullough and Malone had 500K followers on Twitter before being permanently banned. Today, all their content and followers have been restored. This is progress. This would never have happened if Elon hadn’t bought Twitter.
I am still permanently banned (but it was after a careful review).. two simultaneous lifetime bans. So are my other misinformation spreader friends. We are all living it up in Twitter Heaven, tax free!
About Elon Musk
What I am about to tell you is not speculation. It is from direct evidence.
Elon bought Twitter because he was alarmed about the censorship of free speech which must be preserved to have a working democracy. He didn’t see the problem getting better… he saw it getting worse with no end in sight.
Elon could have bought an island and retired. He didn’t have to buy Twitter. Twitter was a poorly managed company that was unprofitable. He wasn’t looking to buy a huge headache / timesink. He bought Twitter to try to fix the censorship problem. He’s done more to restore free speech with that one purchase than all the other silicon valley billionaires put together.
Elon also has figured out that the COVID vaccines aren’t safe. Someone close to him developed myocarditis after taking the COVID vaccine. He had a very bad reaction to his booster. I can’t wait for him to address this issue.
Elon is a very smart guy interested in solving hard problems in society. May he live long and prosper.
Sean Plunket backs down from his acceptance of my offer
See the update.
What a disappointment.
Doesn’t anyone want the truth exposed? I thought Plunket was the guy to do it. I even offered him the ability to win $1M if I was wrong and he was right, something he strongly believes.
Why would ANYONE not want to get a virtually guaranteed $1M for 2 hours of work. In fact, Sean didn’t even need to be on the team: just assemble a team of experts.
I still don’t know the answer to this question… they all keep turning me down for debates. I thought by giving them a “sure fire” way to walk away with $1M and doing a huge public service by discrediting us would be sufficient motivation for the health authorities to debate us, but this appears not to be the case.
I even offered up a $1M incentive (not a bet) to the members of the FDA and CDC outside committees to answer questions for 4 hours and NOBODY accepted.
What’s it going to take?