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Has Elon Musk left Twitter because a helpful, popular follower was banned?



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Published on November 1, 2019 |
by Johnna Crider

1. November 2019 by Johnna Crider


When a voice becomes silent, it becomes louder. Its final echo turns into haunting screams that fill the night sky with its echo of truth. The echoes sound inside the heads of those seeking to mute it. The ghost will never really be put to rest until the truth has been revealed. The act of silencing a voice only makes it deafening. This is the case with the popular Twitter account @Tesla_Truth. The account owner is a Tesla owner named Omar Qazi. He posted an update for us of us on Twitter who noticed his apparent absence.

Omar's goal with Tesla_Truth was to reveal the massive social media disinformation campaign orchestrated against Tesla, while also providing genuine and truthful information about Tesla's products. He did this beautifully, and it drew a mix of fans and enemies to him.

Omar was also mentioned in Bloomberg as he demonstrated exactly how Tesla's Autopilot works. He also posted a video of Autopilot showing what happens if you take your hands off the steering wheel and how it is literally impossible to fall asleep while using Autopilot and make the car run long. This video – a video that even Elon Musk liked – has been deleted since Twitter deleted Omar's account.

Omar's account, Tesla_Truth, is not the only one who has been silenced, but his is a very well known and wide example. Twitter has permanently banned Omar, saying that he is no longer allowed to create any accounts on Twitter.

The fact that Twitter chose to silence and ban a user still gives people like President Trump a passport with all access to online bullying simply because he is the president, shows how easy it is to use and abuse the system. Omar was targeted, persecuted and harassed by many members of the "TSLAQ" cult who hate Elon Musk and Tesla to the point where they actually harass Tesla owners and supporters on a daily basis.

This Is Bigger Than Omar Qazi [19659014] Omar is just one example of how easily the system can be used by those who want to harm a business. Some of the same people who tag the FBI, the Department of Justice and the SEC on many of their tweets have committed the crimes they claim are Elon Musk – they use fake accounts to bully, stagger and harass Tesla owners online because they want to manipulate the stock market so that they get gains while the shorter the stock.

I have no legal proof of this, but I see it every day on Twitter when a short seller calls me or someone I know and says, "You are a horrible person," or curse me online and try to get me to feel bad for supporting Elon Musk, a man who is simply trying to make the world a better place for us to live in.

Omar has had his identity stolen by card sellers who filed a fake NHTSA report in his name. This is how far some of these shorts will go. Not all short sellers are a bad person – but those who do targeted harassment have very dubious morals. And when we have a platform, like Twitter, apparently taking a stand next to group of people who do the very thing that is against Twitter's own policy, one can't help but notice the hypocrisy.

You can't resist bullying while taking sides with the bullies. You cannot be against bullying while silencing the victims of these bullies. You can't tell a person that he's never allowed to use your public platform ever, ever again, yet you let the President of the United States target and harass people every day.

In September 2019, President Trump took to his own personal Twitter account to harass Chrissy Tiegen. He called her a "dirty mouthwoman." This is the president of the United States who is bullying some. If Prince Harry, Justin Trudeau, Elon Musk or even any other world leader followed another person like this, there would be consequences.

"I will miss you all! The 11 months we spent together on that account were good. Never forget what Tesla salespeople did! If they can use Twitter to try to destroy Tesla, others will use Twitter to destroy America and destroy democracy. "- Omar Qazi

Malcolm X once said that the truth is on the side of the oppressed, even though Tesla fans and owners are not oppressed on the same terms as African Americans have been by the nation ours, this statement is true for those who have been targeted in some way just to fight for justice. The truth will win out. When someone's truth goes silent, their voice may be stronger.

It seems that Elon Musk can have left Twitter about this, or at least gone offline. This is not confirmed, but he had replied and retweeted Omar several times. Like others in the Tesla Twitter community, he appreciated Omar's tweets, he just tweeted earlier today that he goes of Twitter (maybe only temporarily, maybe longer), and there are no other obvious reasons why.

However, this is about more than Tesla, short sellers and Twitter. This is about a group of people silencing a person because they felt threatened. People who would rather believe lies than face the truth that the whole task is based on hatred, lies and greed.

The beauty of America is that we are not oppressed by the government. If we were really oppressed, I would have been killed for writing this article. Omar would have been killed for disagreeing with the oppressors. Although we have imperfect platforms like Twitter when it comes to investigating actual bullying, we have a better system that is over two hundred years old and gives those who have apparently been silenced a megaphone to scream their truth.

The truth will win whether it is comfortable for you or not. Truth rises to the surface in time – because there is finally truth . And it can be avoided, but not denied.

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Tags: Elon Musk, Omar Qazi, Tesla, Tesla Truth, twitter


About the author

Johnna Crider Johnna Crider is a Baton Rouge artist, gem and mineral collectors, and Tesla shareholders who believe in Elon Musk and Tesla. Elon Musk advised her in 2018 to "believe in good."

Tesla is one of many good things to believe in. You can find Johnna on Twitter




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