This is gonna be a bloodbath.
That's Bret Taylor, the co-CEO of CRM giant Salesforce and Chairman for Twitter's board.
His post was retweeted by Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal, who is "willing to go to war" to make Elon Musk honor the terms of his purchase offer, according to a former Twitter executive.
"Parag wants to swing back more and is being more aggressive internally," a former Twitter executive told Financial Times.
"It seems Twitter is willing to go to war to make this deal happen."
Of course, Parag stands to make about $42 million from the purchase of the site.
There's been no word from Twitter founder Jack Dorsey the past few days, although he had seemed favorable to Elon's takeover to preserve the integrity of the site.
If Elon really wants to back out and the court sides with Twitter, he will have to pay $1 billion dollars per the agreement he signed in April.
That is, of course, unless he can prove that Twitter is a hot cesspool of filth that's overpopulated with bots and Orwellian experiments.
(Let's just say that Twitter users themselves are really gonna help Elon's case)
(The shareholders are probably gonna be ticked, too)
Will The Babylon Bee, Adam Ford, or Jordan Peterson ever get out of Twitter jail?
Will Twitter remain free to remain a leftist information laundering platform and censor the next October Surprise before the midterms?
Either way, if you thought the Johnny Depp–Amber Heard trial was crazy, buckle the heck up.
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