Musk said it’s “probable” that Twitter favoured leftist candidates during the Brazil election
Musk was referred to as a “legend of liberty” by Bolsonaro, who hailed his takeover of Twitter as a “breath of optimism.”
Sao Paulo: The owner of Twitter, Elon Musk, said on Saturday that he believed it was “possible” that the employees of the social media company gave preference to left-wing candidates during the Brazilian elections this year, without providing evidence.
Musk completed his acquisition of Twitter on October 27, a few days before the presidential vote for the second round in Brazil, when the right-wing president defeated the right right right by the leftist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva.
“I have seen many tweets about the recent Brazil elections,” Musk wrote on Twitter when a user asked about the elections that may be “previously managed by the company.
The billionaire added: “If these tweets are accurate, it is possible that Twitter employees will prefer the leftist candidates.”
Bolsonaro earlier this year got a musk at a meeting in the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo when he was called the American billionaire. “Breathing of hope” is called “the myth of freedom.”
Lula and Polsonaro used Twitter widely during their campaigns. Some Bolsonaro allies, including the most voting candidates for the lower leather of Congress, Nicholas Ferrera, have been suspended by judicial orders after the second round to interrogate the electoral results.
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