As Andrew flagged for us before any other sources (that I saw), Elon Musk’s deal to buy Twitter was never a guarantee. Well, now it’s moved from not a guarantee to very unlikely. Today, we look at what happened. Also, there are two interesting possibilities being debated online. For one, that he’ll be able to get out of it because of the “bots,” and on the other side, that he may be forced to buy Twitter by a judge. Are either of these possible or even likely? Find out!
In the first segment, we talk about our amazingly successful fundraiser ($160,000+ raised!) and what’s going on in Texas right now. hint: it’s not good.
Links: Interactive Map: US Abortion Policies and Access After Roe, 1925 Texas abortion law, ACLU TRO, Ken Paxton Writ of Mandamus, TX supreme court says no, Twitter agreement 4/22, Twitter 10-Q 3/31/22, Musk SEC letter, IN RE IBP INC. v. TYSON FOODS INC
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