Twitter Spaces: Making Freedom of speech great again

With Elon Musk releasing old twitter files about the corruption and censorship efforts of US government, mainly the FBI – the world is getting a birds-eye view of the attack on the constitutional rights of American Citizens and the tamping down of First amendment rights.

People are searching for answers. People, who have been silenced and have grown weary of the gaslighting, the Covid war, abuse by the government and manipulation of humans by BIG tech, pharma, government, financial systems.

Any given day you can find a twitter space where so far, a free and civil environment for debate is being created and fostered. These spaces sometimes go for several hours and are bringing all types of people and their varied persuasions of professional expertise to a common debate. Most are sensibly credentialed and known on twitter for their opinions.

Sometimes these spaces draw ten thousand listeners within an hour. Some spaces contain only a few but they hang out and joke and laugh and debate the lighter issues of life.

One emerging host, Mario Newfal, who describes himself as a CEO and founder of three companies, entitled investment companies, and uses a cartoonish avatar in his profile. Newfal hosts spaces on numerous topics and can easily found on spaces.

Musk, himself has sat in on Newfal’s spaces in the past. Twitter, his expensive town square where rage and bots once ruled, has taken a turn toward becoming a more civil, inclusive hang out for civil discourse and public disclosure. If Musk can manage to keep the Biden Administration from coming after him (his words, not mine) perhaps he will change humanity for good.

Historic Speaker of the House Vote 118th Congress

Two NO votes in a row showed congressman Kevin McCarthy just how solid the 19 members of his republican party are standing against him. He saw this coming, but was unable to cut deals with the 19 associates, who now very openly are doing the will of their constituents, and not playing Washington politics. America awaits the Republican Party’s decision on whether to install Jim Jordan or come together

No confidence in McCarthy