Adam Schiff Gets Destroyed Over His ‘Concerns’ About Elon Musk ‘Disinformation’

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Not surprisingly, a whole lot of people have had a heckuva lot to say about Twitter announcing in a press release Monday that “it has entered into a definitive agreement to be acquired by an entity wholly owned by Elon Musk, for $54.20 per share in cash in a transaction valued at approximately $44 billion.”
In general, conservatives by far have been the most excited and receptive to the news, while the meltdowns from Twitter woketivists, mainstream media “journalists,” and Twitter employees alike have been pretty predictable and, quite frankly, hilarious, especially when you consider their previous advice to conservatives about how they should just “start their own platform” if they didn’t like the way Twitter treated them.

Also weighing in on the Musk/Twitter news have been Republican and Democrat politicians alike. I must say that the “concerns” expressed by Congressional Democrats about the deal are pretty telling, especially considering how Twitter unabashedly carried Joe Biden’s water in 2020 to the point they even censored stories critical of him, like the one from the New York Post on the Hunter Biden laptop emails that broke just a few weeks before Election Day. Some post-election reports indicated that their suppression of the story helped Biden.

But in perhaps the least self-aware tweet of all time – and if not, certainly a top-five contender, House Intel Committee Chair Adam Schiff expressed his worry to Elon Musk that Musk’s “personal views will stop the fight against disinformation on social media”:

That the undisputed king of disinformation and the suppression of facts that are inconvenient to Democrat narratives expressed such a “concern” was not lost on Twitter users, including The Federalist’s Sean Davis, who cleaned Schiff’s clock in response:

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