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Elon Musk retweets undercover vid of Twitter exec saying he can’t take Tesla CEO ‘seriously’

Martinez also said that Elon Musk - who last month agreed a deal to buy Twitter - was 'literally special needs'

Martinez also said that Elon Musk – who last month agreed on a deal to buy Twitter – was ‘literally special needs’

A senior Twitter chief has been discovered ridiculing Elon Musk for having Asperger’s, in a video where he likewise hit out at free discourse.

Alex Martinez, a lead client accomplice, was subtly recorded denouncing the Tesla tycoon – who could be his next chief – to a covert correspondent at a bar.

He asserted the business person is ‘in a real sense unique necessities… so I couldn’t actually view what you’re talking about in a serious way’ during the extensive discussion, adding: ‘He’s a crazy tune.’

Martinez showed the Project Veritas employable an email from Twitter’s corporate security, cautioning of such sting tasks. ‘Like they’re attempting to go on dates with them, similar to this,’ Martinez made sense of.

‘And afterward record them and afterward offer it to the New York Times and say: ‘This is the very thing the Twitter representative recently said.’ Like this is the thing that is truly occurring. ‘Fortunate I met you naturally, or I would be addressing you.’

He likewise hammered Musk’s endeavors to take free discourse back to the stage as he guaranteed sponsors were ‘going crazy’ over how it might affect the virtual entertainment monster.

Be that as it may, the 50-year-old extremely rich person detected the video on the web and immediately hit back at Martinez’s remarks, saying: ‘Twitter executive destroying free discourse and deriding individuals with Asperger’s.’

The recording comes a day after one more clueless worker was hoodwinked into uncovering what occurs at the tech firm.

Senior designer Siru Murugesan was recorded saying the organization culture is incredibly extreme left where laborers are ‘commie as f**k’ and they ‘disdain, disdain, disdain’ Musk’s $44billion takeover.

The two recordings come in the midst of a firestorm on Twitter. Staff dreads they will confront the hatchet or be halted from editing certain substances when the Tesla organizer dominates.

Musk has promised to return the stage to a place of refuge for clients to post what they need as well as ‘rout the spam bots’ and ‘confirm all people’.

In the interim, he powered theory he could be trying to arrange to pay less for the virtual entertainment goliath as he told a Miami gathering an understanding at a lower cost wouldn’t be ‘not feasible’.




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