Elon Musk promised changes at Twitter when he took over. And boy, has he delivered. He fired half the workforce, told the other half they actually had to work for a living, and lost another third of the remaining employees after his “long hours, no more remote work” tweet.
Then, he made it clear that Twitter’s draconian speech and content codes would change. That was bad enough. But when he said he would put to a vote the question of whether Donald Trump should be back on Twitter, the left suffered a collective stroke.
The vote is in and, to no one’s surprise, Trump’s Twitter account was reactivated.