We've seen many changes on Twitter since Elon Musk became the CEO. Musk is working on many of the issues that have needed fixing for a long time.
We witnessed Musk uncover concrete evidence of the left-wing “woke” nature of Twitter when he spotted the stack of “stay woke” t-shirts in the closet. He then debunked the liberals’ myth about the Michael Brown shooting in Ferguson, Missouri. Musk contended that the way the leftist inclination has altered world conversations “has been really bad. Far left San Francisco/Berkeley views have been propagated to the world via Twitter.” The executive vowed that there will no longer be a “thumb on the scale” to support the ideology of leftists any longer.
Musk added that conservatives had taken the brunt of the platform’s lifetime suspensions, something that wasn't happening to those who were left-leaning, before he assumed the leadership role. “As is obvious to all but the media, there is not one permanent ban on even the most far left account spouting utter lies.”
One example of this is that when people on the left threaten others, they may now face consequences that they would not have faced before: being suspended because of actual threats – and not because of a controversial political opinion with which someone in charge does not agree. What an amazing thing; the rules are applied equally! Do we need anything better?
Twitter is now also pursuing accounts that are involved in the exploitation of children, something the Twitter team of the past didn’t bother to tackle.
The left is melting over the suspension of Antifa’s Chad Loder. It's unclear what the reason for his suspension was, but it certainly drove the left into a fit.
As the left melts down about security and their accounts are suspended and then reinstated, it appears that “hate speech” is decreasing. Could it be that leftists quitting or being booted from the company could make a real difference?