Twitter Board Decides to Implode Their Own Stock and Get Sued Rather Than Present Elon Musk Offer to Stock Holders

Twitter as a company is in real trouble. They have routinely failed to meet profitability goals and have acted for their own personal far left authoritarian reasons rather than for the fiscal health of the company.

Banning Donald Trump was bad for business which is undeniable. Now Twitter is banning Republicans every day including the lady who was raped by Bill Clinton (Juanita Broaddrick) and the entire Pennsylvania State Legislature’s GOP account. As a result Twitter is bleeding influencers and the platform itself is losing credibility by the day. Millions of bot accounts centrally controlled by social media software troll the platform. Even the top ten most followed Twitter accounts rarely tweet.

The Twitter board has a legal responsibility to do what is best for the stock holders. It is obvious that the board could care less about that responsibility. Elon Musk has demonstrated that fact even further for the entire world to see. 

The board members are almost certainly going to face countless lawsuits from share holders as Twitter’s stock falls. It is a safe bet that board members are already working to shield/hide their assets from such lawsuits.

Goldman Sachs estimates that Twitter is worth $30.00 a share. Musk offered $54.20.

Elon Musk is risking everything to stand up for free speech and Western Civilization. It is certain that the Democrats and their corporate media allies will do all they can to destroy him.

The MSNBC clip below was not in reference to Elon Musk but is expressing the same sentiment so it was turned into this meme.

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