World / Twitter CEO Elon Musk Get Emotional said my first child died in my arms i felt his last beat

Zoom News : Nov 22, 2022, 01:42 PM
Twitter : Elon Musk Denies to Activate Alex Jones Account: While Twitter's new CEO Elon Musk restored former US President Donald Trump's Twitter account on Sunday, on the other hand he criticized American far-right radio show host and theorist Alex Jones. Gave a strong response to the question of restoring the account of. Musk categorically denied Alex Jones' return to Twitter, saying he "has no mercy for those who use the death of children to gain fame and fulfill their political ambitions."

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Like US President Donald Trump, his followers had also demanded to restore Jones's show, but Elon Musk rejected it. He said, my first child died in my arms. I feel his last heartbeat. He has no mercy for those who use the death of children to gain fame. Elon Musk responded to Jones' first tweet by quoting a poem. He said, small children are suffering, don't stop them from coming to me. Because the kingdom of heaven belongs to them only. Significantly, 20 children of six to seven years of age and six youths were killed in a school shooting in America.

implicated in a 2012 case

According to the report, a jury in the US state of Connecticut last month ordered Alex Jones to pay $965 million to the family members of the victims of the 2012 Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting. Alex Jones was sued by families after claiming the December 14, 2012 shooting at the school in Newton, Connecticut.

Many cases of defamation are registered on Jones

According to the report, Jones has also apologized for spreading the conspiracy. Along with this, in the month of August, he also talked about giving compensation of about $ 50 million to the relatives of another victim in Texas. Apart from this, he said in his live show, I am in bankruptcy, you want to fight, it is fine. I accept that the attack was 100 per cent genuine. Jones still faces a third defamation trial over the Sandy Hook shootings, set to begin later this year in Texas.