Shaun King Pens Tweet About Twitter Acquisition Being All About “White Power” and Account Disappears

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Shaun King is well known for being a race-baiting Black Lives Matter activist who is full of white guilt. He is not happy with the idea of his side being the only one with the voice on Twitter coming to an end. Upon hearing the news about Elon Musk’s purchase of Twitter, he took to the platform to do what he does best: cry about issues that he has no authentic frame of reference.

Before disappearing, he tweeted “At its root, @ElonMusk wanting to purchase Twitter is not about left vs right. It’s about white power…The man was raised in Apartheid by a white nationalist. He’s upset that Twitter won’t allow white nationalists to target/harass people. That’s his definition of free speech.”

Naturally, when the account disappeared, numerous people, including Donald Trump Jr., tweeted about it. King didn’t hesitate to reactivate his account to respond. “You wish, mother**ker. I didn’t delete my account. I was getting death threats and hack attempts from your buddies who stormed the Capitol and had to make it more secure.”

His on-again-off-again Twitter status is nothing new for King. His failure to take any acceptance of responsibility for his horrible actions in the past is what has made him a target. He has publicly identified white suspects in numerous crimes with the wrong information including names and personally-identifying information. He will release this information to his legion of BLM sheep for them to act.

Unfortunately, when those actions prove to be wrong, King refuses to admit he was wrong in putting out unverified information. He, instead, just claims that it’s what is best for the black community and carries on with his day. The guilt this man feels over not being sure who his daddy is because his mom isn’t sure is eating him alive, and instead of lashing out at her or in the name of men taking responsibility, he clung on to the idea of his dad being very light-skinned and made an identity out of it.

Some people make their entire personality and their reason for living about their struggles. For King, his struggle has been nothing but fabricated lies about his racial background, past “racially motivated assaults,” and trying to make a better life for blacks by making the world worse for everyone. He deals the race card from the bottom of the deck at every opportunity, and to listen to this man speak you don’t hear pain or anger or injustice in his voice. You hear shame, regret, and disgust, and it’s all directed at himself.

So for him to take his hatred out on a man who truly is an African-American because he’s white is nothing but race-baiting for low-hanging fruit. Musk has openly stated what he would like to do with the platform, but of course, that goes right over King’s head as well as other BLM activists and liberals alike.

Upon the news of the sale, Musk issued a group of tweets about his goals for Twitter. “Free speech is the bedrock of a functioning democracy, and Twitter is the digital town square where matters vital to the future of humanity are debated…I also want to make Twitter better than ever by enhancing the product with new features, making the algorithms open source to increase trust, defeating the spam bots, and authenticating all humans. Twitter has tremendous potential – I look forward to working with the company and the community of users to unlock it…I hope that even my worst critics remain on Twitter, because that is what free speech means.”

Too bad King can’t hear the truth about Musk’s goals for Twitter over the sound of his white guilt. He might find some comfort in the sensible approach Musk is taking with Twitter.