Elon Musk Reinstates Original Offer to Buy Twitter at $54.20 Per Share

Tech billionaire Elon Musk has reinstated his original offer to buy Twitter at $54.20 per share after a public feud over the social media goliath’s shady and underhanded policies.

Musk wrote to Twitter that he is willing to buy the company at his originally-stated price. The news caused Twitter’s stock price to rise by 18 percent as Wall Street welcomes the news. This is expected to shutter lawsuits over Musk’s claim that bots are used to inflate Twitter’s listed number of users.

Big League Politics has reported on how Musk’s proposed Twitter purchase caused far-left operatives within the organization to melt down over the notion that they may no longer be able to impose Big Brother censorship:

A new Project Veritas leak has shown Twitter employees melting down over a recent all-hands meeting held by Elon Musk.

Musk held the townhall on Thursday where he answered questions about how he intends to run Twitter if he eventually becomes the owner of the tech giant.

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