Here are my thoughts on this:
1. Twitter isn’t real life. It is a bubble within the liberal media bubble. I used Twitter to follow what elite libtards are saying and to keep up with the news. It would have been amusing to watch our people return to Twitter and “own the libs” again, but the stakes were never high.
2. Twitter is an echo chamber. We’ve lost nothing since being banned en masse from Twitter. If the point of using Twitter was to “redpill the normies,” the last five years have shown that we don’t need to be on Twitter to accomplish this. The polls have shown that our ideas have spread further among those normies in the last three or four years of censorship than in the last thirty years.
3. As a Twitter addict, I would have probably just ending up wasting a lot more of my time there which is better spent on countless other things had the deal gone through. Social media in general is a time sink. I wasn’t planning to return to Twitter until I heard the news that Elon Musk was buying the company. I will just plod along and do other things instead.