Sun. Jan 29th, 2023

Earlier Wednesday, The Gateway Pundit published an article as an “open letter” to Elon Musk at Twitter.

TGP’s Jim Hoft is the lead plaintiff in a case that is, as we speak, deposing Dr. Anthony Fauci.  TGP founder Jim Hoft is unable to connect with millions of people through Twitter to update them on the deposition because of a suspension after posting video footage of reported ballots being dropped off at the TCF Center in Detroit, Michigan, at 4 am following the General Election in 2020.  You can read the open letter to Elon here.

After posting a poll about reinstating President Donald Trump last week, Elon has shifted his focus to a more wide-range of users:  everyone.

Musk posted a poll to Twitter asking about granting general amnesty to accounts that didn’t break the law or spam egregiously.

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In a tweet posted, Elon asked:

“Should Twitter offer a general amnesty to suspended accounts, provided that they have not broken the law or engaged in egregious spam?”

According to the results, a majority (72.4%) of respondents agree that suspended accounts should be reinstated.

According to Platformer, Twitter has begun the process of reinstating roughly 62,000 accounts with more than 10,000 followers since Musk’s poll.

The employees referred to the move as “the Big Bang.”

The outlet reported: “In fact, since Musk’s poll, Twitter has begun the process of reinstating roughly 62,000 accounts with more than 10,000 followers, Platformer has learned, including one account that has over 5 million followers, and 75 accounts with over 1 million followers. (The identities of the accounts could not be learned before press time.) Internally, employees have referred to this event as “the Big Bang.”

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