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New York Times tries to paint Elon Musk as racist who ‘grew up in elite white communities in South Africa’

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The left is back to its unethical game of crying racism in order to spark outrage, pushback, and if they get their way, force the ‘cancellation’ of Elon Musk and his purchase of Twitter. The New York Times wrote what is an obvious hit piece on the billionaire, discussing his childhood in South Africa.

“Elon Musk grew up in elite white communities in South Africa, detached from apartheid’s atrocities surrounded by anti-Black propaganda” wrote The Times. “He sees his takeover of Twitter as a free speech win but in his youth did not suffer the effects of misinformation” the piece continued.

So-called experts were also quoted saying his upbringing may have affected his views on racism. Then the piece goes completely AWOL  when it leads to the conclusion that it all somehow is a glimpse into how he may run Twitter.

Musk’s mother, model Maye Musk defended her son as well as his childhood on Twitter: “In South Africa, if you publicly opposed apartheid, you went to jail. In Russia, if you publicly oppose the war, you go to jail. @nytimes are you going to blame children for decisions made by governments?”

One Twitter user wrote “this is one of the most unethically cringe & toxically stupid smears the @nytimes has ever published. Shame on you, you sociopathic ghouls. On Friday a Florida pension fund filed a complaint in a suit against Musk and Twitter in an attempt stop Musk’s purchase.

“In a complaint filed in Delaware Chancery Court, the Orlando Police Pension Fund said that under Delaware law Musk cannot complete the takeover until at least 2025 unless holders of two-thirds of shares not ‘owned’ by him approved” reported The New York Post.

 

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  1. elcrod

    May 11, 2022 at 5:41 pm

    Watch Mark Levin about NYT 5-8-22 . All you need to know about the slimes

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Twitter Admits Flaw ‘Exposed Private User Data’ of over 5.4 Million Accounts

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In the battle of  Tesla CEO Elon Musk and giant media tech Twitter, the billionaire could also receive an investigative journalism award for the content that is being exposed.

Twitter was recently forced to admit “that a vulnerability in its code led to the exposure of data of anonymous users on the platform. Private user data on more than 5.4 million accounts was accessed before the company patched the bug that let malicious actors into the system” reports Breitbart News.

Engadget reports that Twitter has confirmed a vulnerability in its code that led to the exposure of anonymous users’ data. In a blog post published on Friday, Twitter stated that a “malicious actor took advantage of a zero-day flaw in its code before it became aware of the issue and patched it in January 2022.”

The beloved blame game. Sounds awfully familiar. Breitbart continues:

The vulnerability was noticed by a security researcher who contacted Twitter via its bug bounty program. Twitter initially said that there was “no evidence” to suggest that the flaw had been exploited, but an individual told Bleeping Computer last month that they had taken advantage of the bug and obtained data on more than 5.4 million accounts.

Twitter stated that it is unable to confirm whether users were affected by the exposure. The vulnerability allows the hacker to determine whether an email address or phone number was linked to an existing Twitter account. The hacker was then able to determine who owned the Twitter account.

“We are publishing this update because we aren’t able to confirm every account that was potentially impacted, and are particularly mindful of people with pseudonymous accounts who can be targeted by state or other actors,” Twitter said. “If you operate a pseudonymous Twitter account, we understand the risks an incident like this can introduce and deeply regret that this happened.”

Twitter stated that it would notify all account owners that it could confirm were affected by the exposure. “The company recommends that users attempting to hide their identity not link a publicly known phone number or email address to an account and to enable two-factor authentication” adds Breitbart.

Breitbart News recently reported on Musk’s countersuit, which just became public:

“Twitter played a months-long game of hide-and-seek to attempt to run out the clock before the Musk Parties could discern the truth about these representations, which they needed to close,” the countersuit alleges. “The more Twitter evaded even simple inquiries, the more the Musk Parties grew to suspect that Twitter had misled them.”

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