U.S. House Rep Marjorie Taylor Greene (R-GA), who recently had her personal/campaign account restored to Twitter, invited Elon Musk to testify at an Oversight Committee Hearing in the next Congress in order to spill the beans on previous internal Twitter discussions about banning users.
The invitation came in a quote tweet last night of another recently reinstated Twitter user, “ALX,” who had originally floated the idea that Musk should provide previously suspended Twitter users with such information.
“ALX” suggested in the original tweet, “Raise your hand if you think @ElonMusk should provide previously suspended Twitter users with all internal discussions pertaining to the decision to permanently ban their account along with the exact reasoning upon their reinstatement to Twitter.”
Greene responded in the quote tweet with a woman raising her hand emoji and said, “I’d like to invite Elon to share that with those of us who were permanently banned at an Oversight Hearing in the 118th Congress.”
“That would be very kind of him and helpful in order to know who else we should invite. (subpoena),” Greene added.
In a reply to his own tweet, “ALX” then shared Greene’s quote tweet and said, “Good idea, @RepMTG.”
Musk recently responded to a tweet from “ALX” so it would appear that he is likely to have seen or will see the exchange between the two.
In that tweet, “ALX” had offered a similar hypothetical that many on the right hope eventually comes to fruition.
“Raise your hand if you think @ElonMusk should make public all internal discussions about the decision to censor the @NYPost’s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop before the 2020 Election in the interest of Transparency,” he had said.
Musk replied to that tweet, “This is necessary to restore public trust,” to which “ALX” responded similarly as he did to Greene, “Excellent, thank you.”
In a quote tweet of Musk, Fox News’ Kayleigh McEnany called it a “Big deal” that Musk would respond “to a request to ‘make public all internal discussions about the decision to censor the@NYPost‘s story on Hunter Biden’s laptop.’”
McEnany tagged musk and also pointed out, “I was Press Sec at the time when Twitter also banned my personal account after sharing the story.”
“Would love answers!” McEnany added.
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