Musk Reveals Apple Threat to Shut Down Twitter – Watch
Apple is joining the meltdown team over Elon Musk’s ownership of the Twitter social media platform. The giant company is now making threats about removing Twitter from its app store, according to a report from Musk.
The new CEO revealed this information on Monday while explaining that the company behind the iPhone has not given any reason for this sudden aggressive move.
Twitter has had to face a bombardment by companies putting a pause on their advertisements for reasons that they don’t seem ready to explain. It appears to be cases of virtue signaling from the left.
These kinds of attacks are very similar to the ones that social media company Parler received in early 2021. Amazon and other hosting services tried to shut the site down from the backend when it was alleged that some who used the platform participated in the riot at the Capitol on January 6th.
But later, evidence was given that Facebook was used far more frequently for that event, but it had never faced any backlash from other companies. The hypocrisy in that is priceless.
It seems that when these hosting companies threaten to try and shut down platforms like Twitter from the backend through their servers or app stores are not using any real standards for their decisions.
If values were really driving actions like the ones Twitter is facing now, they would have been shut down a long time ago for being a safe place for child pornography.
The truth about Musk’s leadership is that he had already been cleaning up that kind of filth on the platform. And while he has been busy doing this good work, companies continue to intensify their attacks against him.
So what is the driving force behind these threats from Apple and others? It has to be fear in those far-left companies that conservative speech will be allowed to flow freely.
Apple has also threatened to withhold Twitter from its App Store, but won’t tell us why
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) November 28, 2022