Watch: Losers At MSNBC Want Women To Be Against Free Speech
According to the weirdos at MSNBC, free speech hurts women. the 'Morning Joe' crew tried to convenience its female viewers that free speech is against women's rights. Let's not forget that these are the same people who pushed women back 100 years by laying the groundwork for the pronoun wars and the eradication of what it means to be a woman.
Basically, the same clowns who say trans rights are above women's rights now claim free speech hurts women. It's a load of trash and liberal propaganda of the worst kind.
Jo Lin Kent, pitched the question: "Do you trust Elon Musk to make Twitter better for women?"
The first to respond was Brianna Wu who immediately shot down Elon Musk's ability to maintain a fair free speech atmosphere. Now that Musk is the owner of Twitter the free speech advocate has been bombarded by liberals screaming anti-free speech rhetoric.
Wu snapped back, "No, I don't trust Elon Musk to make Twitter better for women at all. I just absolutely don't. If you're asking yourself if this is someone that is going to go to bat for people that are underrepresented, I just don't think that's going to be the case, unfortunately."
The group then falsely claimed that Trump supporters were flooding back into Twitter with Musk at the helm. The reality is that most of them never left. Conservative voices were censored on the platform. The majority of which were banned from posting, my account included. Those accounts have been unblocked by Musk—That's it.
They didn't rush to sign back up. They were given their voices back and I am willing to bet that half of those previously banned accounts were women.
Then they settled on one common argument. They want the illusion of free speech, without actually having free speech, "we all believe in free speech, but the guardrails that Twitter has put up: first of all, there's not that many guardrails anyway," Elisabeth Bumiller declared.
According to them, Twitter is about to become a hotbed of hate speech and misogyny because of conservatives. It's the nets doing what they do best; jumping to conclusions and selling fear.
JO LING KENT: Some critics are concerned Musk's pursuit of free speech will collide with growing safety problems on Twitter, especially for women and minorities. Do you trust Elon Musk to make Twitter better for women?
BRIANNA WU: No, I don't trust Elon Musk to make Twitter better for women at all. I just absolutely don't. If you're asking yourself if this is someone that is going to go to bat for people that are underrepresented, I just don't think that's going to be the case, unfortunately.
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JONATHAN LEMIRE: The politics of it are also interesting. Musk has become sort of embraced by many on the right. Some Trump supporters who had walked away from Twitter all made a flashy point of rejoining yesterday.
The former president said he's not interested. I'm going to fact-check that. He's interested. People around him have said that, yes, at some point, they do expect that he will come back onto Twitter. And some feel that especially because it'll take time for the sale to get processed -- that Musk will take over potentially late summer or the fall, just in time, if Trump were to return, ahead of the midterms, which would indeed be interesting. You know, in a sort of October surprise, which could cut one way or the other, either for helping the Democrats, or hurting them.
WILLIE GEIST: Mika, obviously, the relative quiet from former President Trump has been nice, but if he does go back onto Twitter, his thoughts, at least, will be out in the light of day.
MIKA BRZEZINSKI: Yes, as you guys were talking about the midterms, Elisabeth started nodding, and saying, here we go, here we go. Your thoughts?
ELISABETH BUMILLER: Well I think yes, yes, we will fact-check his claim that he doesn't want to go back on Twitter. I think it will be very hard for the former president to resist. He will weigh in on the midterms, all of his candidates against the Democrats, and I think we will be back where we were in 2018 and 2019. And I think there's a lot of concern, obviously, among Democrats about this. As you see, you know, Musk has a lot of conservative supporters.
And yes, we all believe in free speech, but the guardrails that Twitter has put up: first of all, there's not that many guardrails anyway.
BUMILLER: And so, those are going to come down. And it's also become, as we just saw in this clip, it's become a platform for a lot of misogyny, a lot of -- women get treated badly on Twitter.
MIKA: Hate speech, defamation, misogyny.
BUMILLER: I don't see that changing at all.