Elon Musk is speaking at Twitter’s “All-Hands” meeting Thursday, and we know Twitter employees have a lot of questions they wish they could ask – maybe some even did submit them ahead of time, but we doubt the meeting’s moderator, marketing chief Leslie Berland, will cover these burning questions:
If you succeed in taking over Twitter…
- Will you continue to publicly endanger the safety of Twitter employees like you did to Vijaya Gadde?
- Who do you intend to fire, and will we get severance?
- Will you follow through with your plans to unravel content moderation standards and allow violent hate speech on the platform?
- Did you try to manipulate Twitter’s stock price to drive down the cost of your acquisition?
- Will you sweep cases of workplace harassment, racial discrimination, or your own sexual harassment under the rug as you have done at Tesla and Space X?
- How will you handle the time demands of running three companies?
- Will we be compelled to work from the office after being promised a remote-work policy?
- Do you still intend to let Trump back on Twitter, even after the January 6th Committee has made abundantly clear he used the platform to foment a violent coup?
- Are you aware that your adventures of the ego (space tourism) are accelerating our climate crisis and will you roll back Twitter’s climate disinfo policies?
- How will you meet your ambitious revenue goals? Can Twitter users expect to have their privacy violated – do you plan to monetize people’s data further?
If you’d rather not find out the answers to these questions, join the coalition campaign to Stop The Deal.