Elon Musk says government agencies had ‘full access’ to Twitter users’ private messages

by Summer Lane

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In an upcoming interview with Fox News’ Tucker Carlson, Elon Musk, the innovative CEO of SpaceX and Tesla, opened up about the shocking information he has uncovered at Twitter since acquiring the social media platform in 2022.

“The degree to which various government agencies effectively had full access to everything that was going on, on Twitter, blew my mind,” he said. “I was not aware of that.”

“Would that include people’s DMs?” Carlson asked.  

“Yes,” Musk replied.

Musk purchased Twitter last year for a whopping $44 billion. As reported by RSBN, following a series of “Twitter Files” data drops that detailed evidence of rampant collusion between Twitter and federal agencies like the FBI and DHS, Musk recently valued the worth of the social media platform at under $20 billion.

In yet another preview of the interview with Carlson, he laughingly pointed out that Musk had referred to the New York Times’ Twitter feed as “diarrhea.”

“I said it was the Twitter equivalent of diarrhea,” Musk quipped.

“It’s not literally diarrhea,” Carlson pressed.

“No, it’s a metaphor,” Musk answered, bursting into laughter.

In March, President Trump acknowledged the role that Elon Musk has played in exposing government corruption and collusion with Big Tech companies. “He did a big favor by letting people learn how corrupt our government is,” Trump told Fox News’ Sean Hannity in March.

RSBN previously reported that the Twitter Files exposed important evidence of Big Tech and federal suppression of the scandal surrounding Hunter Biden’s infamous laptop. Now, Musk has made it clear that the federal interference with Twitter went deeper than most people realized.

In January, Trump remarked, “The now-famous ‘Twitter Files’ have proven beyond all doubt that the corrupt officials at the FBI have been coordinating a massive censorship, surveillance, and propaganda campaign against the American People, and frankly, against me.”

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