In wake of the criticism and scrutinized attention Elon Musk has received since purchasing Twitter — and for “The Twitter Files” leak — he has now come out and said that he is not suicidal.
“I do not have any suicidal thoughts. If I committed suicide, it’s not real,” Musk said on a December 6 “Twitter Spaces” call the day after “The Twitter Files” leak alleging widespread coordination between Democrats and Twitter to censor certain individuals.
His comments are pretty alarming when you think about it — but perhaps it’s warranted.
If you’ve been listening to my show, then you know that I have been covering strange deaths surrounding people who are perceived as a threat to the government.
For example, last week we reported on the crypto king who literally tweeted that he was going to be killed by the CIA and Mossad — and hours later he was found dead in the middle of the ocean, fully clothed with his wallet.
So we don’t know what happened there, but Musk does feel that it’s necessary to say that he is not suicidal.
Obviously, Musk is a huge threat to the government, the Democratic National Committee, and various people involved in the alleged censorship operation.
We know the Left — in all institutions — wants to control the flow of information so that they can accomplish their goals and consume power.
So, with COVID for instance — social media, the government, and the legacy media all wanted everybody to roll up their sleeves and get a vaccine, no questions asked.
In order to do that, they needed to make sure the social media companies are staying in line by censoring speech and doling out a punishment every time someone says something that goes against the narrative.
What happens next?
It seems every time a person gets kicked off the platform, a biased fact-checker puts up a link next to the post in question that says, “Missing context.” By doing that, these social media platforms wind up furthering the ends of Big Pharma, the Food and Drug Administration, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
In other words, the Left is basically saying you cannot question the science.
So, since Musk is revealing all of that alleged corruption, it is fair to assume that his enemies could come after him in some way.
Personally, I don’t think that they would ‘suicide’ him.
I think he is way too big to be suicided.
What I can see happening, though, is the FBI swooping in, taking all of Twitter’s servers, and then trying to impoverish him by tying him up in the legal system as they accuse him of crimes he never committed.
It’s speculation, but I could 100% find it believable. That is how they will handle somebody like Musk.
It sounds like Musk believes something bad could happen to him as well.
“Frankly, the risk of something bad happening or literally even being shot is quite significant,” Musk also said during Twitter Spaces. “I’m definitely not going to be doing any open-air car parades, let me put it that way. It’s not that hard to kill me if somebody wanted to, so hopefully they don’t.”
And he also said, “Maybe I should be more worried than I am, but I think generally if you do right by the people, you have the people on your side.”
There is no question that the people are on Musk’s side. The bigger question is whether or not the government is on his side.
I think it’s very clear that the government is not on his side.
Why would they want to help Musk? He isn’t helping the Left censor the flow of information.
The Biden administration has already come out and said they are keeping a “close eye” on Musk’s Twitter. They have launched a federal investigation into one of his companies — Neuralink — over allegations that the company may have violated animal-welfare laws.
Across legacy media, Democrat allies in the media are already defaming Twitter as something dangerous and even fascist.
In reality, all Twitter is now is something that is not under the Left’s control — which is why they hate that Musk owns it.
So yes, I do think that something bad could happen to Musk — maybe not a ‘suicide,’ but some other form of interference from our very own government.