Censorship: Twitter Takeover Totally Panics Political Regime of LeftLibDemSocMediaTechPol

grarpamp grarpamp at gmail.com
Thu Oct 27 20:23:41 PDT 2022

> “They would rather self-immolate than give up their
> censorship programs. This shows you how deeply
> committed they are to Orwellian control of
> the narratives and global discourse. Scary,”

Fri Oct 28 2022

The corrupt US Left and Deep State are now in a huge crypuddle after
Musk was finally able to drop his huge counterbalance MOAB in place.

One of the Regime's primary election fraud and psychological programming
platforms gets 0wn3d out from under them.

"Bye Bye! -- Donald Trump"

"Fuck them all in their fucking faces! -- John McAfee"

"Fuck yes! -- Lots"

Too bad Jack Dorsey weasled out the door before getting the boot
in his ass for his Supreme Commander role at the top of it all.

The entire Free Speech Internet celebrates a major win.

Yet as in history, beware... whatever central powers do next is usually worse.

And most of Twitter's employees have scurried off like roaches to
infest and shore up other central garbage platforms of the Regime.

News from the sink...

The Firings Begin: Twitter CEO, CFO, & Top Censor Escorted Out

As the bell tolls for the end of the first chapter of Twitter's life
as a deep state narrative-enabling machine, the firings have begun
with Musk becoming 'Chief Twit'.

Just minutes after the world's richest man has reportedly closed the
$44 billion deal, The NYTimes reports that, according to sources that
declined to be identified, the Twitter executives who were fired

    Parag Agrawal, Twitter’s chief executive,

    Ned Segal, the chief financial officer,

    Sean Edgett, the general counsel, and

    Vijaya Gadde, the top legal and policy executive, (or censorship czar).

We suspect she was first on the list given this tweet from Musk
earlier in the year...

    — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 27, 2022

As a reminder, having been with Twitter since 2011, Gadde was the key
executive in charge of 'trust and safety, legal and public policy
functions' - described by Politico as the company's "moral authority."

    Gadde holds one of the most controversial positions at Twitter:
Her teams decide how to moderate content. That’s made her a target of
right-wing criticism, particularly when Twitter blocked the
distribution of a New York Post article about President Joe Biden’s
son, Hunter Biden, in 2020. She faced a renewed wave of criticism
after multiple reports confirmed she was behind the decision to ban
Trump from Twitter. -Politico

In other words, Gadde is likely the exec who signed off on ZeroHedge's
February 2020 ban for speculating that Covid-19 may have emerged from
a Wuhan Lab, and President Trump's January 2021 ban in connection with
the capitol riot.

And we are not surprised at the others...

    In all seriousness, imagine being such an arrogant, incompetent,
entitled litttle wokester that your pissy texts provoked the richest
man on earth to buy your employer just so he could fire you in his
first act as owner. pic.twitter.com/NjpCOB9gbM
    — Sean Davis (@seanmdav) October 28, 2022

At least one of the executives who was fired was escorted out of
Twitter’s office, NYTimes reports.

Please do not feel too bad for these poor, dejected executives, as
Insider reports, through "change in control" provisions in employment
contracts for top leadership, they will receive a certain amount of
severance and an automatic acceleration of their shares, so long as
Musk fires them.

The provisions are disclosed in regulatory filings.

    Agrawal is set to receive the largest payout of $38.7 million, due
largely to the entirety of his shares vesting upon his firing.

    Segal is set to receive a $25.4 million payout for getting fired.

    Gadde will leave with $12.5 million.

As we detailed earlier, over 1,100 employees have left Twitter since
Musk announced his intention to buy the company back in January, with
almost a third going to Google or Meta.

The figures come from a new analysis of LinkedIn data, with the report
noting that other workers have moved to the likes of Pinterest,
LinkedIn, Snap, and TikTok.

We suspect, as Elon warned, it's sinking now for some...

Will we see this tomorrow?

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