from the that’s-not-how-any-of-this-works dept
Mon, Aug 8th 2022 09:36am – Mike Masnick
As I type this, I’m sitting in a (fairly uncomfortable) chair in the lobby of a Holiday Inn, having read through nearly 300 pages of legal filings of sniping between Elon Musk (165 pages) and Twitter (127 pages) trying to figure out how to best explain what’s in the filings in a meaningful and accurate way. Because the media coverage of this case continues to suck. For example, you may have heard that Elon Musk “countersued” Twitter. Headlines blasted that left and right and Musk’s fans lapped it up. I saw multiple tweets claiming that Musk was going to cost Twitter “so much” money by suing them back.Elon Musk Still Wants Everyone (Including The Judge) To Believe His Fight With Twitter Is About Spam. It’s Not
Rather than something new, the party is attempting to reach a previous Republican electorate that existed before Donald Trump took control of the party.
The People’s Party has their own problems, as well.
Not mentioned—Luke Thompson was involved with Protect Ohio Values Super PAC:
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