FANTASTIC: Hollywood Celebrities Lose Their Minds after Elon Musk Lets Trump Back on Twitter

[I'm LMAO at this. This is FABULOUS! And now they're all crying about democracy, democracy. All these Liberal/Leftist/Jewish assholes! It must hurt them a lot to have lost control of one of their Mass Media organisations. This is so funny. Whites … just keep fighting forward … our day is coming. Trump is a wildcard, Trump draws crowds. This is excellent. Just cause mayhem and cause the old Liberal/Jewish claptrap to break down! Jan]

Hollywood celebrities are losing their minds over Twitter CEO Elon Musk letting President Donald Trump back on the social media platform he once dominated.

Musk let the people vote on Trump’s reinstatement and 15 million did.

Trump won so Musk said:

“The people have spoken. Trump will be reinstated.

“Vox Populi, Vox Dei.”

The same figures on the Left that claim “democracy” is under attack were furious that Musk used a democratic process to let Twitter users decide if Trump should return.

Actor and director Rob Reiner said:

“Elon Musk is letting a man who led a violent Insurrection to overthrow the United States Government back on this platform.

“Letting the Lies and Disinformation continue to poison the American bloodstream.”

Blink 182’s Tom DeLonge said:

“Under 8 diff grand jury’s for treason, crimes of humanity, money laundering, espionage, rape and RICO.

“Wtf is @ElonMusk doing? Why would he position himself alongside something like this?

“Elon is a trail blazer holding massive insecurities.

“His desire to be funny, and cool is loud. He is seemingly most moved by, literally, people just liking him?

“It now seems like a disease to me? But supporting this racist, treasonous f*ck makes me want vomit and quit Twitter.”

“You just incinerated $44B,” Director Bob Cesca said. “Good luck with your dying platform.”

“Get blood pressure pills,” actress Mia Farrow said.

NAACP President Derrick Johnson said:

“You are failing our democracy.

“Your garbage poll means nothing.

“Did people outside the US vote? Did you reach out to marginalized communities—the targets of Trump’s rhetoric—for their input? Your followers don’t represent America.

“If you run Twitter like this, God help us all.”


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