Twitter Chief Executive Officer, Elon Musk has remarked that he is facing a very significant risk of being assassinated.
Musk had made this known during an extensive space discussion on Saturday, December 3, on free speech changes he had made to Twitter, as well as the release of internal communications from the fall of 2020 about what led the tech giant to suppress the Hunter Biden laptop story, where he then claimed that it was not hard for anybody to kill him.
In his words, he had said: “It’s not that hard to kill me if somebody wanted to, so hopefully they don’t.”
Twitter’s CEO then went on to stress the importance of free speech and his plans for the platform throughout the roughly two-hour discussion.
The discussion had come a day after journalist Matt Taibbi published internal communications among Twitter’s top brass, revealing that the platform suspended and censored its users who commented on the New York Post’s Hunter Biden laptop story.