Bits and pieces today, of things that caught my attention this week.
First off, Elon Musk's offer for Twitter was accepted. After a week of the board flipping out, and not choosing what was best for the shareholders (which is the board's fiduciary responsibility), and Elon securing funding to buy stocks from shareholders, the board met to re-consider his offer. LOL
The amount of employees and others who now feel that it is dangerous for him to own Twitter, shows you that they do not want to lose control of the narrative and the ability to censor people.
And by censor I mean like not allowing a major newspaper to post at all because of their posts about H. Bid*n's laptop in the fall of 2020, but people were allowed to post terrorist rhetoric, etc. They only have allowed one side of the political story to be told. That builds the idea that it's false, and that everybody thinks just one way.
You can sense their panic because within a week of this purchase the Bid*n administration has had Homeland Security Agency make a department to fight 'misinformation.' They've lost the ability to use Twitter for this.
The French election was fraught with voting issues that are remarkably like our 2020 election. Interesting how that goes.