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Many Believe Twitter Execs Feverishly Working Behind-The-Scenes With Dems to Stop Elon Musk “Takeover”



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Elon Musk made Twitter an offer they can’t refuse.


That’s right, the richest man in the world just offered to buy Twitter for 43 billion in cash. He’s offering shareholders $54.20 for their stock.

It’s a good deal, and Twitter’s board has its backs up against the wall right now.

Outkick reported that according to an SEC filing made Wednesday, Elon Musk offered to buy all outstanding Twitter common stock at $54.20. The buyout price would represent a 54% premium over the closing price of Twitter stock on January 28, 2022, which was the day before Musk started investing in the stock, the 13D filing states.

At $54.20, the final purchase price for Musk would be $41 billion to complete the takeover, Reuters reports.

“As I indicated this weekend, I believe that the company should be private to go through the changes that need to be made,” Musk says in the document. “After the past several days of thinking this over, I have decided I want to acquire the company and take it private. I am going to send you an offer letter tonight, it will be public in the morning. Are you available to chat?”

Musk also noted that this is his best and final offer.

“I am not playing the back-and-forth game,” the billionaire adds. “I have moved straight to the end. It’s a high price and your shareholders will love it. If the deal doesn’t work, given that I don’t have confidence in management nor do I believe I can drive the necessary change in the public market, I would need to reconsider my position as a shareholder.”

Elon is having some fun, right now…


But you can bet Twitter’s execs are not having fun…

So, what will they do?

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Well, many people believe that Twitter execs have no real options left right now, except to work behind the scenes with Dem politicians and try to get them to step in and stop Elon Musk’s hostile takeover.

Here’s what The Federalist editor Sean Davis said:

Yep. It will be difficult for Twitter to reject an all-cash offer for a premium of nearly 50% over what the stock was worth before Musk got involved. At this point, you have to assume Twitter’s corrupt board is begging the Biden admin to block the whole thing for them.


Here’s what Free Beacon reporter Joe Simonson said: “Decent chance Warren or some other dem lawmaker introduces legislation trying to stop musk because her staff is crying right now”

Here’s what former Newsmax host John Cardillo said: “100% Biden’s handlers weaponize the SEC to block Elon’s Twitter bid.”

If that happens, and it very well might, Dems will have torn the mask off, in one last desperate move, and in doing so, will leave nothing on the table. There will be no questions, no doubts, no wondering about the collusion we’ve all been screaming about for years now.


Here’s what people online are saying:

“no legal reason to block. no monopoly created. shareholders make a killing. win/win”

“Hostile takeovers are always good for shareholders. I’m sure Elon can get a lot of financial support if needed.”

“The ramifications if this goes through can be immense. I expect the regime to move hard against him. FCC the whole kitchen sink thrown at him.”

“The gov’t is *paying* news outlets to be dispense propaganda. The HHS is writing the checks. It will be interesting to know if this is what is driving Twitter and Google’s censorship.”

“Musk to Twitter: “My offer is my best and final offer and if it is not accepted, I would need to reconsider my position as a shareholder.” This is a full on threat. If he dumps his holdings the stock will drop 50 to 70% instantly.”

“No real legal leg for them to stand on, but they’ll do it regardless. Anything for the Biden “Administration.”

It’ll be interesting to see what happens.

But I can tell you this much, lefties are having a meltdown right now, and that’s always a good thing.


Grab your popcorn, this is about to get really interesting.

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WhatsApp opens its cloud API for companies of all sizes



WhatsApp opens its cloud API for companies of all sizes
Mark Zuckerberg at the Conversations event

WhatsApp opens the WhatsApp Business API for access by companies of all sizes and begins to provide all the necessary infrastructure for its free use in the cloud – a move that was advanced by Mobile Time in March. The news is so important that it was announced by Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg at the opening of the online Conversations event, organized by the company, this Thursday, the 19th.

“I’m pleased to announce that we are launching WhatsApp for any business, of any size, worldwide with the WhatsApp Cloud API,” said Zuckerberg. “P“Any company or developer can easily access our service, operate directly on WhatsApp to personalize their experience and speed up customer response time using our secure WhatsApp Cloud API hosted by Meta,” he added. ai.

Meta will provide not only hosting, but also maintenance and processing power for companies using its cloud API. This will allow faster access to the new features that have been launched by WhatsApp, and will also increase the traffic of messages sent by brands to their customers. It is worth noting that there is still a fee for starting any conversation between brands and consumers through the WhatsApp Business API.

Meta reports that 1 billion users worldwide chat with brands every week through group apps (WhatsApp, Instagram and Messenger). And a survey commissioned by the company shows that seven out of 10 people trust companies more than they can talk to. The same survey shows that 65% of consumers prefer to communicate by text message rather than by email or phone.


Until then, access to the WhatsApp API was limited to a select group of large companies (such as banks and operators) and partners approved by the messaging app, the so-called BSP (Business Solution Providers). Opening the API completely changes the rules of the game, as access to the API is no longer a competitive differentiator for BSPs. These will need to be differentiated by providing value-added services, such as omnichannel communication platforms; world development; natural language processing; use of artificial intelligence to monitor and analyze interactions, etc.



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Bolsonaro again attacks Minister Fachini և’s election. “Is the discussion of electronic voting machines a crime?”



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In his weekly live broadcast by Jair Bolsonaro again questioned the fairness of the election and criticized itonce again the President of the Supreme Electoral Court Edson Fachin.

“You do not discuss things, can not you improve? Just like the polls. Discussing cabbage is a crime. It is an act that attacks the democratic state of law, attacks democracy.[dizem] is a liar “The President of the Republic announced, commenting on the accusations of spreading false news about the 2022 elections.

He even classified it as: Fachin’s decision to bring about 100 international observers to Brazil to monitor the elections. Bolsonaro has always criticized Fachin’s initiative to bring bodies from Europe and the United States to accompany the 2022 elections.

“And here we see completely insane news. Our Minister Fachin says that the 2022 elections can count on more than 100 international observers. You can put a million observers here. What will they observe? They will have access to the source code [das urnas]? Will you be in a secret room to see what the calculation is? What is their computer skills? ”said Bolsonaro.

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