“And lead us not into temptation”: Musk responds … romantically to the rejection of Trump and CBS

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The eccentric tycoon cites a sketch by top Italian cartoonist Milo Manara, in which Twitter is personified in a woman showing the apocrypha (the platform’s trademark in question), and Trump in the role of a monk…

The “powerful man” of Twitter replied with… plenty of eroticism Elon Musk in its rejection Donald Trump and the American network CBS.

It is noted that in a … poll organized by Musk, a small majority voted in favor of restoring the account of the former US president, who had been banned from the social network service for inciting violence.

Regarding the former US president’s decision not to return to Twitter, the eccentric tycoon quotes a sketch of the top Italian cartoonist Milo Manarain which Twitter is personified in a woman showing the apocalypse (the platform’s mark in question), and Trump in the role of a monk while in the caption Musk says “and lead us not into temptation”…

For CBS, which announced it was suspending its Twitter activity amid fears of “uncertainty” surrounding its management of the social media outlet, Musk recalled the movie… The Secret of Brokeback Mountain, with CBS in the role of a cowboy hugging fellow cowboy Musk and wondering “why can’t I let you go?” “Our love will never die” comments the businessman in the caption.

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