‘Now they have to disclose bot info in court’: Elon Musk tweets meme in which he laughs and claims he’ll win court case against Twitter
- Elon Musk has yet to make any public comments about whether to pull out of the Twitter acquisition this weekend
- He has now posted a series of memes related to the deal
- In one, Musk laughs at the idea that Twitter will now have to disclose details about spambots on its site in court
- In another, it shows action legend Chuck Norris playing chess
Musk attended the Sun Valley conference in recent days Idaho with other giants of the world of technology and finance.
Two days after he dropped a bombshell over his deal decision on Twitter, the world’s richest man posted two memes in which he laughs hysterically along with a series of statements.
The statements read: “They said I couldn’t buy Twitter. Then they will not disclose information about the bot. Now they want to force me to buy Twitter through the court first. Now they have to disclose information about the bot in court.”
Musk continued to delay his acquisition, and the reason he eventually left Twitter was that he believed the company was being dishonest about the number of fake accounts on the platform.
Musk has long said that Twitter is being dishonest about the number of fake accounts on the platform
In a second post, Musk tweeted a photo of meme legend and action star Chuck Norris playing chess
In a second post, Musk posted a photo of meme legend and action star Chuck Norris playing chess. Norris, playing white, has only one pawn left, while his opponent has a full set of pieces left.
Perhaps an insinuation that many pundits say Musk will be at a disadvantage in a lawsuit against Twitter, he only needs one piece to win.
Musk appears to have responded to one user who referenced the number of spam bots they regularly see on the site.
The South African simply wrote: “Hello??? @SECGov, the Twitter feed of the Securities and Exchange Commission.
On Saturday, Musk became one of the topics of conversation for ex-president Donald Trump, who mentioned the billionaire at a rally in Alaska.
“You know, the other day he said, ‘Oh, I’ve never voted Republican.’ I said, “I didn’t know that. He told me he voted for me,” Trump said at his rally in Alaska, referring to the failure of the Musk deal on Twitter.
“So he’s another bull artist,” the former president said.
– But he will not buy [Twitter]. Although he may later, who knows what’s going to happen,” he added on Saturday in the middle of his hour and a half speech in Anchorage, Alaska.
Musk, who now lives in Texas, said he voted Republican for the first time in a special election in June, when he cast his ballot for Flores in her race for the 34th congressional seat against Democrat Dan Sanchez.
“I voted for Mayra Flores — first time I ever voted Republican,” Musk tweeted on June 15. A massive red wave in 2022.”
When Musk was asked by a Twitter account called Tesla Owners Silicon Valley if he would vote Republican in the 2024 presidential election, the Tesla CEO replied “not considered.”
Trump, however, suggested Musk was a liar, saying the SpaceX CEO told him he had cast his vote for him before.