Twitter under a new racist CEO, with his ties to apartheid, quickly has made itself known as a platform promoting violent hate speech.
Thus you probably won’t be surprised to hear that a man banned for hate speech, accused of slavery/abuse and wanted by law enforcement, treated Twitter as his safety zone.
Tate, who was only recently reinstated to the platform by Twitter CEO Elon Musk, started… conversation by tweeting at [a young female conservationist] about his [excessive waste]. “Please provide your email address so I can send a complete list of my car collection and their respective enormous emissions,” Tate wrote.
To be clear, multiple social media platforms had banned a man who described himself as intending to victimize and violently harm women.
Twitter’s new CEO stepped in and restored Tate’s account, directly facilitating human trafficking crimes.
The confessed criminal liked having a personal license from Elon Musk — “freedom to profit from harm” — so much that he very arrogantly disclosed his location information.
…authorities may have been aided in Tate’s arrest thanks to a video he filmed [to bully the young woman further]. Tate posted a two-minute video response to his account roughly 10 hours after [she replied], in which the influencer is shown wearing a Versace bathrobe and smoking a cigar. About one minute into Tate’s monologue, a person off-camera hands him a stack of pizza boxes from the Romanian restaurant, Jerry’s Pizza…
I predicted this just a month ago when I explained Elon Musk’s plan for Twitter to be his personal lawless spigot of waste means it has become a honey pot to expose and arrest bottom feeders.
The quick action by Romanian police to stop the victimization of women stands in contrast, unfortunately, to Bulgaria, where a case is “ongoing”.
Rundo said on a US far-right podcast in November 2022 that, in photos and videos he puts out, “we have to edit so that you can’t tell location.” The thing is, you can tell the location here. And it took us less than ten minutes.