Thought for the day

"I would rather have questions that can't be answered than answers that can't be questioned." -- Richard P. Feynman:Lined notebook Paperback - May 29, 2020.

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It is not yet clear whether Elon Musk’s increasingly precarious play for Twitter will result in the restoration of free speech in the “global public square.” Successful or not, Elon’s brave move has clarified beyond any doubt the Regime’s fundamental hostility to free speech and dissent. Judging from the critical reactions from journalists, NGOs and Democrat politicians, you’d think the man were attempting to invade Poland rather than remove censorship on a social media platform.

One warm weekend in October of 2020, three impeccably credentialed epidemiologists—Jayanta Bhattacharya, Sunetra Gupta, and Martin Kulldorff, of Stanford, Oxford, and Harvard Universities respectively—gathered with a few journalists, writers, and economists at an estate in the Berkshires where the American Institute for Economic Research had brought together critics of lockdowns and other COVID-related government restrictions.

Musk referred to his conversations with Dorsey to a Twitter board member in April.

“This is hard to do as a public company, as purging fake users will make the numbers look terrible, so restructuring should be done as a private company,” Musk said. “This is Jack’s opinion too.”

Musk also reached out to current Twitter CEO Parag Agarwal to gain a better understanding of the company’s code.

Less than two days after Mockingbird Media New York Times published a widely distributed piece for the New York Times, writer Stuart A. Thompson has egg on his face.  Thompson opened up the baseless hit piece by saying:

At an invitation-only conference in August at a secret location southeast of Phoenix, a group of election deniers unspooled a new conspiracy theory about the 2020 presidential outcome. 

Football great and American hero Herschel Walker is under fire from the evil Democrat Media complex for not being black enough.  They say this because he is a successful black American in the GOP.

President Trump and Herschel Walker go way back to when Trump was a football team owner and Walker was a great player.  Now Walker is joining President Trump in politics, running for the Senate race in Georgia.