"The public deserves to know what really happened," the billionaire said when announcing the decision on Monday (Nov. 28)
This Monday (28), billionaire and new Twitter owner Elon Musk said he would release documents about the "suppression of freedom" practiced by the social network during the previous progressive/globalist administration.
According to the billionaire, the files will be published on Twitter itself.
"The public deserves to know what really happened," Musk said in announcing the decision via Twitter.
In recent weeks, Musk has been returning profiles of users banned for allegedly violating the community . . .