After Elon Musk took over Twitter, the company’s senior lawyer convened a meeting and sobbed. 

After Elon Musk took over the firm, the key employee who prompted the closure of Donald Trump’s Twitter account was said to be sobbing in meetings. 

According to POLITICO, Vijaya Gadde, Twitter’s senior lawyer who took down Trump’s account and barred conservatives from running political ads, cried at a virtual conference she convened. 

The policy and legal teams called the meeting to examine what Twitter might look like if Elon Musk bought the company. 

According to a Twitter representative, Trenton Kennedy, Gadde grew quite upset after explaining her delight in her team’s efforts. 

When it was announced that Musk had acquired Twitter, policy and legal workers began to suffer emotional breakdowns, fearing what would happen if their restrictions on shutting out conservative views were lifted. 

Trump has been removed from social media networks in recent years, but terrorist organisations such as the Taliban have retained their profiles to spread their violent ideas. 

It seems that the outburst isn’t just about being outraged; it’s about fearing that they don’t have the power or authority to silence other viewpoints. This also allows the truth about the rigged US election, Hunter Biden’s laptop, Joe Biden and Nancy Pelosi’s dealings in Ukraine, and their links to China to come to light.