Have you ever seen a more desperate group of Americans than today's far-left? Because they're doing EVERYTHING they can to stop Elon Musk from furthering free speech on the social media platform Twitter. But now, they’ve gone beyond spreading ridiculous statements about the Tesla CEO: The SEC just launched an INVESTIATION into Musk & his electric car company. Michael Malice, author of ‘The New Right’ and host of the podcast ‘Your Welcome,’ joins Glenn to predict what’s next for Elon’s tumultuous journey with Twitter…
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GLENN: Boy, I tell you, the left is exposing themselves, unlike I would ever thought possible. Their arrogance is out of control. We have Michael Malice joining us now. Hi, Michael, how are you?
MICHAEL: Good morning, I'm great.
GLENN: I want to talk to you about, what's happening to Elon Musk. So he goes out, and he buys just under 10 percent of Twitter. He starts talking about, hey, we can -- we can free people up. Let's stop censoring people.
The media goes crazy about some billionaire that just wants to change the world. Hello, George Soros. Just wants to --
MICHAEL: What about Jeff Bezos?
GLENN: Or Jeff Bezos, yeah. And he's a danger to free speech. That's what they're actually saying. He's a danger to free speech. So yesterday, we find out, this is from Charles Gasparino. As Elon Musk offers to buy the rest of Twitter, a legal source tells Fox Business, that the SECC and the Justice Department have now launched what is described as a joint investigation into a myriad of Musk regulatory issues, primarily involving Tesla.
He is also now, not the largest shareholder, because yesterday, Vanguard, which is the second in line for the top of the heap for The Great Reset. Vanguard came in and bought up a ton of shares. I mean, what is happening? Oh. And one other thing. The people in Twitter, have decided to sue him, for violations of -- you know, not revealing fast enough, that he was buying these shares.
They are terrified.
MICHAEL: I mean, they should be terrified. I said several times, that Trump -- they thought Trump was the river. But he is the dam. What you're seeing, without President Trump in the White House, the consequences of President Trump. Which is an understanding of President Trump. And an acknowledgment that people have to go on offense. And sometimes simply going on offense, is disrespect, and invading spaces that they have regarded and creed as sacred. This started back. I can give you an example, when Jack Posobiec and Laura Loomer invaded the stage in New York. People don't even remember this anymore. I think it was Citibank, was sponsoring a Julia Caesar play in Central Park. New York City Central Park, where every night president Trump was ritualistically murdered on stage.
And when Posobiec and Laura Loomer crashed the stage in front of the audience, this was regarded as heresy. And like, how could you do this? How could you interfere with our play, where we're murdering the president in Central Park. You people are monsters. So it's really a wonderful thing, that spaces where they said, this is our house. We got rid of President Trump from here. We got rid of this person, that person. We silenced the Babylon Bee. Now they're not feeling safe in their space. They're retreating. And they don't know what to do with themselves. Because for a century, the Republican Party has played defense. And Elon Musk is no Republican. For the first time, people are playing offense, and they're losing their minds.
GLENN: Losing their minds.
MICHAEL: Because that's not how the game is supposed to go.
GLENN: So what is -- what do you think -- how does this end for Elon Musk, and for Twitter? I mean, basically, they're -- their idea -- the slogan of the great reset should be, if I can't have you, no one will.
And that's what they're trying to teach Elon. You are not stepping out of that box. We -- we have the financial resources to cripple you. And if that doesn't work, and shame in the public square doesn't work, well, then we have the government as well.
MICHAEL: Yeah. I've said several times, I'm sure you agree, Glenn. It's often -- or almost always preferable, when authoritarian regimes have to show their hand. It's much more expensive for them in every way. Especially because moderates, who don't have a stake in the game, and don't care one way or another. People are just apathetic. When they see the heavy hand of government going down. And they see things like this is happening. It's going to alienate them. Like wait a minute, these are not nice people. These are nasty, aggressive people. We also saw it a couple months ago, when overnight, Joe Rogan went from a nasty purveyor of misinformation to a racist. It was an overnight thing. They tried to destroy him that way. And it didn't work. And everyone thought, it didn't work. And they tried to get rid of Joe. And they had nothing to show for it. He's a tight cookie, excuse me. I'm sure he's had to deal with regulatory nonsense before. I'm sure a lot of people in Washington also quietly have his back. So this will be very interesting. See how it unfolds. And Elon is not alone. There's lots of people in his circle. People like party teal, who know the nature of the game. People in San Francisco. People who are now in Austin. Who are realizing, this is what we're up against. And this is how we're going to play. I got to tell you, if you're the guy who thinks, you will put people on Mars. When you play, you play to win. You're not some dilettante.