Advertisement
BNM Summit
Thursday, July 18, 2024
Jim Cutler Voiceovers
BNM Summit
Ramsey Solutions
CIS

UPCOMING EVENTS

Elon Musk Acknowledges Twitter Made An Error Restricting Matt Walsh’s Documentary

Elon Musk addressed reports on Thursday stating that Twitter had supposedly terminated an agreement with The Daily Wire to broadcast “What Is A Woman?” He acknowledged it as “an error made by numerous individuals at Twitter.”

According to The Daily Wire, following Musk’s acquisition of the social media platform and his commitment to upholding free speech, The Daily Wire pursued an agreement with Twitter to livestream Matt Walsh’s documentary, “What is a Woman?” on the platform’s first anniversary.

- Advertisement -

“After reviewing the film, though, Twitter let us know that not only could we no longer purchase the package they offered, they would no longer provide us any support and would limit the reach of the film and label it as ‘hateful conduct’ because of ‘misgendering,'” Daily Wire co-CEO Jeremy Boreing said in a tweet thread explaining Twitter’s reversal.

At first, Twitter expressed great enthusiasm for the concept and proposed a package to dedicate an entire page for users to watch the film revealed Boreing. However, the situation took a turn when Twitter requested a screening of the documentary before finalizing the deal.

While being away on a business trip outside the United States, Musk addressed Boreing’s statement by stating, “This was an error committed by numerous individuals at Twitter. “It is definitely allowed,” said Musk. “Whether or not you agree with using someone’s preferred pronouns, not doing so is at most rude and certainly breaks no laws.” 

Despite being overlooked by mainstream media reviewers and its impact on the cultural landscape being disregarded, the revolutionary documentary launched last summer garnered viewership from over 70 countries. In a short span of time,” What is a Woman” rose to become the highest-grossing film for at-home viewing, as reported by Rotten Tomatoes, where audiences awarded it an impressive 97% rating.” After reviewing the film, though, Twitter let us know that not only could we no longer purchase the package they offered, they would no longer provide us any support and would actually limit the reach of the film and label it as hateful conduct’’ because of ‘‘misgendering'” Boreing said in a tweet thread.

Undoubtedly, the documentary played a significant role in igniting a movement aimed at safeguarding children against the detrimental impacts of sex change procedures. In the wake of the film’s premiere and the subsequent advocacy efforts led by Walsh, which shed light on the tragic outcomes associated with so-called” gender-affirming” treatments, no less than twelve states have implemented bans on transgender surgeries for minors.

Popular Articles