Project Veritas Leaks Audio of Twitter’s Emergency Meeting
James O’Keefe’s Project Veritas dropped a new leak from the folks at Twitter. The audio appears to be Twitter higher-ups trying to smooth down feathers and strategize on what's next now that Elon Musk owns their butts. Take a look:
"In a company-wide call that lasted around 45 minutes, Twitter employees questioned board member, Bret Taylor, and CEO, Parag Agrawal, about the company’s direction and Musk’s motives for buying the social media platform.
Taylor kicked off the meeting recognizing that many on the staff were shocked by how quickly the Twitter-Musk negotiations unfolded.
“I also just want to acknowledge all the emotions of today. It is an emotional day. I want to acknowledge it,” Taylor said. “By law, we are required to act in the best interest of our shareholders,” he said while justifying the company’s sale.
Agrawal made similar remarks about the toll this may be taking on numerous Twitter employees.
“It’s important to acknowledge that all of you have many different feelings about what is happening,” Agrawal said.
“Many of you are concerned, some of you excited, many people here are waiting to understand how this goes and have an open mind,” he said.
The Twitter CEO attempted to quell fears of Musk’s takeover, going so far as to say that the company’s current “content moderation” policies are “fundamental to keeping Twitter safe and growing.”
Said Agrawal, “We’ll be finding a way to have Elon talk with all of you at the soonest possible opportunity…As you’ve heard from all of us, we don’t have all the answers.”
Elon Musk finally acquired Twitter after a weekslong saga during which he first became the company's largest shareholder, then offered to buy it outright. The world's richest person secured a deal last Monday, agreeing to buy the social network for $54.20 a share — valuing the firm at roughly $44 billion.