Back on Twitter – level 3

25-11-2022 07:00

Elon Musk, the CEO of SpaceX, Tesla and Twitter, is deciding which controversial figures will be allowed to return on the social media platform.

Twitter has reactivated the account of psychologist Jordan Peterson; he was suspended for refusing to apologize for a transphobic comment. Similarly, rapper Kanye West returned after an anti-semitic post. Several platforms banned influencer Andrew Tate for sharing misogynistic content.

Musk also announced that he would lift former President Donald Trump’s ban. Trump’s account was permanently suspended after the Capitol riot. Musk ran a Twitter poll in which almost 52% of 15 million people voted for Trump’s return.

Musk refused to allow Infowars host Alex Jones to return to Twitter. The conspiracy theorist repeatedly claimed that the Sandy Hook school shooting was a hoax; 20 children and six adults died in that event.

While some people are back on Twitter, others are fleeing the platform, including Whoopi Goldberg, Stephen Fry, and Gigi Hadid.

Difficult words: transphobic (a dislike of transsexual or transgender people), misogynistic (hate for women or belief that men are better than women), hoax (a trick or plan to deceive a large group of people).

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