Elon Musk uses Termites Analogy when Discussing his Purchase of Twitter (VIDEO)

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Elon Musk uses Termites Analogy when Discussing his Purchase of Twitter (VIDEO)

Elon Musk uses Termites Analogy when Discussing his Purchase of Twitter. Once a person’s home gets infested with termites it is difficult to get rid of them and the problems that they bring. Twitter has the exact same problem as they have many far-left radical and also communist liberals working for them. Will billionaire Elon Musk be able to discover the true number of bots and additionally other fake accounts that exist on Twitter before the finalization of the purchase of the big tech giant is done?

https://rumble.com/v152atu-elon-musk-doubts-the-number-of-real-users-on-twitter-makes-hilarious-termit.html

Watch his latest interview as he hilariously uses a great termites analogy when talking about what is allegedly happening at Twitter. I am sure that the recent Project Veritas video that they released of an undercover interview with a Twitter employee will not help change Musk’s mind also. Thanks also to RedpillUSAPatriots for sharing this video.

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