Bezos and the New York Times have a question for Elon

Years ago in another America, media people would express concern that a rich guy buying a media outlet might impose an ideological point of view. Now with Elon Musk and Twitter, the media package is afraid he won’t. The big fear among the press corps is that the social media platform can allow all consumer thoughts to be expressed.

Perhaps we can thank the failures of university lecturers for the astonishing transformation of American journalists from deep-hearted defenders of free speech to their most formidable domestic opponents. The new conventional media view is that the main challenge facing Twitter is figuring out which theories to suppress and which non-violent speakers to keep quiet. The idea of ​​allowing an open forum is now being addressed by many prominent experts, almost as a reason to call the vice team. CNN’s Brian Stelter warns:

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