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Conservatives celebrate Musk's Twitter stake as 'WIN' for free speech: 'Heroic and public serving'
What are the effects of Elon Musk becoming Twitter’s largest shareholder?
Heritage Foundation senior fellow Kara Frederick discusses Elon Musk becoming Twitter’s largest shareholder on ‘The Evening Edit.’
Billionaire Elon Musk became Twitter’s largest shareholder, sparking celebration from conservatives who predict freedom of speech will be ushered back onto the platform.
"If Musk helps restore @Twitter to its free speech roots and moves it away from its left-wing censorship regime, it will be perhaps the most heroic and public-serving action I have seen a billionaire take in my lifetime," Claremont Institute senior fellow Jeremy Carl posted to Twitter.
Reports first surfaced Monday that the Tesla CEO bought a 9.2% stake in the social media company. His shares dwarf that of former Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, who has over a 2% stake in the company, and other shareholders.