Elon Musk has a genius for PR. He seems to be on the front page of every newspaper around the world everyday. He builds electric cars, sends rockets to Mars, has ten children, is the richest man in the world, and says dumb things on Twitter, and then buys the platform.
But who is Elon Musk really? Is he really going to bring free speech back to the internet? And what is his agenda?
The world’s richest man was pictured wearing a Satanic-themed outfit arriving at Heidi Klum’s Halloween party with his mother, Maye Musk.
The red and black outfit worn by Musk, who completed his 44 billion dollar takeover of Twitter this week, featured an image of Baphomet carved into the chest plate with an upside down cross between its horns.
Maye Musk seemed completely at ease with her son wearing a Satanic outfit. After all, she has her own history of Satanic themed outfits and blatant Illuminati symbolism.
Despite dropping hints about who he serves, Musk still has a legion of fans who believe he somehow stands outside of the corrupt system.
Surely, they say, he’s not… one of them?
According to Musk’s fans, his purchase of Twitter is set to usher in a glorious new era where freedom of speech is respected on the internet and enshrined as a right, as it should be under the constitution.
You might have noticed Twitter users, including some large accounts, test the waters immediately after Musk bought the platform, tweeting out direct references to banned subjects, hoping to find evidence that Musk’s new policies had already taken effect.
But these fanboys are destined to have their hearts broken and their dreams sold down the river.