Musk Says Feds May ‘Weaponize’ Against Twitter

Twitter CEO and billionaire mogul Elon Musk wondered in a tweet on Wednesday whether President Joe Biden’s administration will “weaponize” the federal government against Twitter if former President Donald Trump returns to the platform.

In response to a tweet sharing news of Trump’s potential return to the platform, Musk wrote, “Will be interesting to see how the Biden administration reacts to this.”

“They may try to weaponize Federal agencies against Twitter.”

Under Musk’s new regime at Twitter, Trump was freed from a permanent Twitter ban instituted shortly after the Jan. 6, 2021, Capitol breach, but Trump has not yet returned, instead focusing on his own platform, Truth Social.

However, Wednesday, Fox News reported that Trump’s campaign sent a letter to Meta requesting a reinstatement for the former president as the 2024 campaign looms.

“We believe that the ban on President Trump’s account on Facebook has dramatically distorted and inhibited the public discourse,” the campaign wrote in a letter to Meta obtained by Fox News.

“… every day that President Trump’s political voice remains silenced furthers an inappropriate interference in the American political and election process.”

NBC News cited a Republican source who said Trump’s return to Twitter is imminent.

“Trump is probably coming back to Twitter. It’s just a question of how and when,” a Republican said, according to NBC News. “He’s been talking about it for weeks, but Trump speaks for Trump, so it’s anyone’s guess what he’ll do or say or when.”

Wednesday, Musk was very active on Twitter, also responding to a video of the World Economic Forum’s Klaus Schwab saying that the organization’s new Metaverse “Global Collaboration Village” can be trusted because Interpol is on board.

“WEF is increasingly becoming an unelected world government that the people never asked for and don’t want,” Musk wrote in a reply to Disclose.TV.

The World Economic Forum held its 2023 meeting in Davos, Switzerland, this week, an annual event where global elites and business executives converge to discuss policies, and indulge in prostitutes, according to the New York Post.

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