Alex Jones Reinstated to X After Users Vote Him Back On in Musk Poll
Last Updated on December 10, 2023
InfoWars founder and widely censored newsman Alex Jones has been reinstated to X after the platform’s users voted in favor of his return by a huge majority in a poll conducted by Elon Musk. Before his reinstatement, Jones had been banned from the platform since 2018.
Musk’s poll, which asked X users if he should “Reinstate Alex Jones on this platform” received nearly 2 million votes, with a more than 70% supermajority voting in favor of Jones’ return.
The poll was open for over 12 hours, after which Musk wrote, “The people have spoken and so it shall be,” before going on to reinstate Jones’ account.
The reinstatement of Alex Jones comes after pro-censorship advertisers and left-wing pressure groups spent years advocating against Jones’ online speech, with the ADL even attempting to blackmail Elon Musk into keeping Jones off of the platform after Musk acquired it and vowed to open X (then known as Twitter) back up to free speech.
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In recent weeks, as anti-speech globalists and their corporate sponsors have stepped up their censorship game ahead of 2024, Elon Musk made headlines as he left a New York Times reporter speechless during an on-stage interview as he told blackmailing advertisers, like Disney, that they can “go f*ck” themselves.
“If someone is going to try and blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money, go f*** yourself,” said Musk. “Go f*** yourself, is that clear?” he went on.
“Hey Bob, if you’re in the audience, that’s how I feel, don’t advertise,” Musk added, in reference to left-wing Disney CEO Bob Iger, after the disgraced entertainment corporation announced that it would no longer advertise on the X platform, claiming that being associated with free speech is not “a positive” for Disney.
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