Elon Musk Issues Warning: ‘I Do Not Have Any Suicidal Thoughts – If I Committed Suicide, It’s Not Real’

Elon Musk has issued a warning to the public by confirming that he is “not suicidal” in the wake of the bombshell “Twitter Files” release on Friday.

Musk released the files Friday night and followed up by answering the public’s questions on Saturday.

He held a Q&A session on Twitter Spaces and over 100,000 showed up to find out what is coming next.

Many also wanted to hear how he is dealing with the constant criticism from the Left.

There are “more smoking guns” dropping soon, Musk warned.

He also promised to release every single request from “the Biden team” to censor people on Twitter.

Musk said: “If you want reconciliation, there must be truth, so that’s the intention here, to just make it clear what was happening and provide transparency about the past, and in doing so, to build trust in the future.”

He said he bought Twitter because “My biological neural net decided it would be important to buy Twitter.

“There seemed to be like this more and more group think amongst the media, more and more sort of toeing the line among the digital social media company.

“Basically, just we’re traveling the path of suppression of free speech was just getting me concerned. Like the trends were not great.

“So unless something was done to reverse this trend against free speech, then I get, well, at some point everything will just get muddled.

“And unless you’re in agreement with whatever the group think is, then you’re just gonna be ostracized.”

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A Twitter user asked:

“Is there any way to get a sneak peek of what we can expect with the next Twitter files drop?”

Musk said:

“Well, I’m somewhat leaving this up to Matt Taibbi and Bari Weiss.

“But I think the natural thing would be to say like, ‘okay, what happened after the election? Y’know, Hunter Biden laptop stuff?

“This may sound bizarre, but Hunter Biden sounds kind of fun, to be honest.

“He seems like he knows how to have a good time.

“But just sort of beyond what happened after the election, how much government influence was there? “There was this whole sort of move to create a disinformation ministry, which was insane,and like George Orwell is turning in his grave.

“I think there was a public outcry about disinformation,” he said.

One user asked him about being “Epsteined” and Musk brought down the house (he is quite funny) with his response: “I do not have suicidal thoughts.

“If I committed suicide, it’s not real.”


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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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