Free Speech Battle Sparked by Elon Musk Twitter Bid; The Durham Trial Begins
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, offered to buy Twitter for $43 billion and to make the social media company private. His offer has sparked a national debate on free speech, with establishment news outlets and others claiming that censorship is necessary for an alleged democracy to survive. The issue has gone beyond just a discussion on Twitter and is bringing attention to activities of corporate systems, working with government powers and media influencers, to crush the basic rights of Americans.
And in other news, special counsel John Durham’s case against former Clinton campaign attorney Michael Sussmann is going on trial, and will focus on Sussmann allegedly lying to the FBI about his involvement in creating the false Trump-Russia narrative.
We’re also joined by war correspondent Michael Yon, who is live from Panama, to talk about what he’s discovered at the Darien Gap, and what the end of Title 42 means to America’s border.
In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we’ll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience.
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