Elon Musk enjoys the social media atmosphere and considers himself a “free speech absolutist” and he has begun connecting with additional platforms other than Twitter.
The billionaire continues his court battles with Twitter offering $44 billion to purchase the social media company.
Musk interacted with top Rumble executives, partially owned by former Secret Service agent and Fox News contributor Dan Bongino.
Musk suggested this on Twitter to Russel Brand, the Hollywood actor. He believes in free speech and claims that YouTube censored his page for a minor violation labeling them in line with the mainstream media.
I’ve been censored on Youtube 🧵 pic.twitter.com/2JwGFzdXY6
— Russell Brand (@rustyrockets) September 27, 2022
“Good Point,” Musk replied.
Then Dan Bongino saw the opportunity to reach out to Musk and tweeted at him, “Elon, it would be really incredible if you and Rumble got together. A force multiplier like no other.”
Musk responded, “I’m a little preoccupied rn [right now],” referencing his legal disputes against Twitter.
It would be really incredible if you and Rumble got together. A force multiplier like no other.
— Dan Bongino (@dbongino) September 27, 2022
Chris Pavloski, Rumble’s founder, also took his chance to reach out.
“Elon, I founded Rumble and forever wanted to work with you. Below is from 2010 when I visited SpaceX. I was ready 12 years ago, and I’m ready 12 years from now. Whenever you’re ready,” Pavloski said. “In the meantime, let’s peer our datacenter with Starlink to secure free speech.”
Elon, I founded Rumble and forever wanted to work with you. Below is from 2010 when I visited SpaceX. I was ready 12 years ago, and I'm ready 12 years from now. Whenever you're ready 🚀
In the meantime, let's peer our datacenters with Starlink to secure free speech 🙂 pic.twitter.com/TkWHDTGtrp
— Chris Pavlovski – 🏴☠️ $RUM (@chrispavlovski) September 27, 2022
Musk responded, “Maybe worth talking at some point.”
According to the Daily Wire:
Twitter is currently battling Musk in court over his attempt to nix a previous offer to buy the company for $44 billion. Musk claims that the true number of fake accounts on the platform could number as high as 33% rather than the company’s reported 5%, with a lower number of monetizable daily active users potentially justifying a lower valuation. A trial to determine the status of the acquisition deal is scheduled for October 17.
Although she did not amend the date of the trial, Delaware Chancery Court Chancellor Kathaleen McCormick granted attorneys representing Musk permission to use the account of former Twitter executive Peiter “Mudge” Zatko – who claimed in a recent whistleblower account that his colleagues did not have the resources or motivation necessary to determine the number of bots on the platform – in their arguments.
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