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Elon Musk questions his position Twitter, but will he really leave?

Ever since Elon Musk bought Twitter, shit has hit the fan. As a brand new CEO, the notorious billionaire is making all kinds of weird jumps and mistakes, all in the name of “freedom of speech. You’re allowed to have your say, of course, and now you even have a chance to do something about it. Vote on his new poll!

You can find the new poll on his Twitter profile and later in this news item. If you want to vote on the future of Twitter, and on Elon Musk’s position, you still have a very short time to do so. In his tweet, he asks the following question, “Should I step down as head of Twitter?” He abides by the result.

Elon Musk as Twitter CEO

At least, that’s what then says himself in his tweet. Elon Musk by now is also known as someone who then shouts something and does not keep his own word. The people with a Tesla know that very well. Or the people who have been looking forward to manned flights to Mars for years. Someone should have already lived there, after all.

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Should I step down as head of Twitter? I will abide by the results of this poll.

– Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 18, 2022

The poll is available to everyone, of course. You don’t have to be one of his 122 million followers to cast your vote. For now, the vote is positive (or well, negative for Elon Musk). Some 57.2 percent want the man to resign, while the rest think he doesn’t have to. We are curious to see the results.

Lots of controversy since takeover

Since Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter, an awful lot has changed on the social medium. Not only in terms of functionality and plans, but also behind the scenes. Hordes of employees have resigned or been let go – sometimes it seems the top guy wants to crash the platform on purpose.

There is also a lot going on about freedom of speech. Musk wants to turn Twitter into a kind of online town square, where everyone can go. But … it actually already was. Yes, people with snarky or needless comments were sometimes sent away, but that used to happen in the old days in’t durpske.