Both Elon Musk AND Jack Dorsey slam Twitter's board as it adopts "poison pill" strategy to keep Elon at bay
· · Apr 18, 2022 · NottheBee.com

Once upon a time (on Saturday), the founder of a job board site tweeted out this satirical post poking fun at the weenies on Twitter's board:

Yes, so excluding Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, the rest of the board owns just over 0.1% of the company COMBINED.

Yet these woke ideologues are trying to stop mad lad Elon Musk from buying the platform by adopting a "poison pill" strategy that devalues company stock by offering discounts on shares – a strategy that financially destabilizes the company.

The mad lad replied directly to the post with some thoughts:

Elon also replied to this thought from entrepreneur David Sacks:

Is he wrong???

The very next day, Twitter founder Jack Dorsey replied to a separate thread from investor Gary Tan that discussed the damage that could be caused by appointing a bad member to your company board.

In that tweet, Dorsey directly said that the board has "consistently been the dysfunction of the company."

Yikes! He's not legally allowed to say that, but he said it anyway!!

Keep popping that popcorn, because this is gonna get way more interesting before it's over!


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