Elon Musk has deemed renowned conspiracy theorist Alex Jones not welcome to return to Twitter.
Over the weekend, the Twitter accounts of former U.S. President Donald Trump, singer Ye (formerly Kanye West), and influencer Andrew Tate were all reactivated.
Elon Musk responded to tweets asking if Jones might be the next one to get back his Twitter account.
He wrote a while back his very own child died, and he “had no remorse” for anyone who “uses the scenes of children’s deaths for gain, political campaigning, or public acclaim.”
Nevada Alexander Musk died at the age of 10 days in 2002.
Mr. Musk said he felt his final heartbeat when his child died in his arms.
A judge has ordered info wars host Alex Jones to pay $1.44 billion ($1.2b) to settle lawsuits alleging he falsely claimed that the massacre of 20 children and six adults at Sandy Hook Elementary School was a hoax.
He was banned from Facebook, Spotify, Apple, and YouTube in August 2018.
People asking for his return included the controversy-ridden online entrepreneur Kim Dotcom.
Jones tweeted an announcement of himself on the platform Rumble, saying he did not care about being on Twitter. Axios posted the report.
Former U.S. President Trump has yet to tweet despite his reactivated account having more than 90 million followers.
He has stated that he intends to remain on his current platform, Truth Social, even though this boasts a small fraction of the followers on Twitter.
Trump was a notable tweeter until he was prohibited for his alleged incitement to violent activity on Twitter in the Capitol Hill riots over the previous year in January.
In October 2022, Rapper “Ye” was banned for an anti-Semitic tweet.
Andrew Tate was banned from social media platforms for sharing content with misogynistic stereotypes, such as suggesting that women should be held responsible for sexual assault.
Both Ye and Mr. Tate are now back and are tweeting.
Mr. Musk insists no decision will be rendered at the moment about the selection of sanctioned accounts until a moderation board has been initiated.
His $44 billion acquisition of Twitter took place on 28 October after many weeks of wrangling.
He has since laid off from work more than half of the company’s 7,500-member workforce, and more workforce members are believed to be leaving following the receipt of an email holding that long hour, and “hardcore” work would be demanded of those who remained.
Twitter claims that more than ever before, people are logging on to the site. But there is no proof for this assertion because the company that maintains a communications team no longer works for the company.