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Musk gives inside look at Twitter HQ: A 'flaming dumpster rolling down the street’
Twitter was built to suppress certain voices: Dave Rubin
Dave Rubin, host of ‘The Rubin Report,’ joins ‘Fox & Friends’ after touring the Twitter headquarters with CEO Elon Musk.
After visiting Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters for 48 hours, "The Rubin Report" host called the situation inside the tech giant a "flaming dumpster rolling down the street."
Dave Rubin joined "Fox & Friends" Monday to detail his recent visit to Elon Musk’s office where the "Chief Twit" and engineers showed the commentator exactly how the platform had shadowbanned certain users and content.
Rubin claimed he was working "behind the scenes" with Twitter support in investigating why, as of late, his audience engagement "seems to completely disappear." Then, last Tuesday, he got a phone call requesting his in-person presence.
"I jumped on a plane, sat in the back row, middle seat, did not recline, made it to San Francisco basically a little bit after midnight, and there was Elon meeting with a ton of people," Rubin said. "There were all sorts of engineers still up after midnight."
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The first night, Rubin chatted with Musk briefly about the censorship concerns around the political commentator’s Twitter account.