‘Let’s go!’: Elon Musk drops ‘extremely loud’ MOAB in war on free speech – Roseanne Barr onboard

If there was any question about Elon Musk’s commitment to free speech on his evolving social media platform, X, the billionaire answered it on Saturday night with an astonishing post that is certain to have lawyers drooling and a whole lot of employers shaking in their boots.

“If you were unfairly treated by your employer due to posting or liking something on this platform, we will fund your legal bill,” Musk announced.

“No limit,” he added. “Please let us know.”

The game-changing offer comes after reports that driver Noah Gragson was indefinitely suspended by NASCAR and Legacy Motor Club for “liking” a George Floyd meme.

“And we won’t just sue,” Musk vowed, “it will be extremely loud and we will go after the boards of directors of the companies too.”

Musk’s post caught the eye of one beloved comedian who was famously canceled — both literally and figuratively — for a late-night tweet.

“Let’s go!” replied Roseanne Barr.

It is difficult to imagine anyone who was treated more unfairly than the outspoken Barr.

In May 2018, long before Musk took over Twitter, Barr, in what she says was an Ambien-fueled haze, posted a joking tweet that described Obama-era adviser Valerie Jarrett as the offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood and the “Planet of the Apes.”

That one tweet led to ABC canceling her top-rated sitcom revival, “Roseanne,” and Hollywood — including the cast members she made famous — turned their backs on her, going so far as to kill off the character she brought to life and renaming the show she created.

Barr has recently made a triumphant return to the newly renamed platform, much to the delight of her conservative fans.

On Friday, she announced she has partnered with “America’s Marketplace” PublicSq. to launch a new show on Musk’s platform.

I couldn’t be more excited to start a show right here on X!” Barr posted. “[Elon Musk] has said that ‘Comedy is legal’ on his site. We will certainly be taking advantage of that!”

“Thank you to @officialpsq for standing up for the first amendment!” she added.

Whether Musk will back Barr in what would be an epic lawsuit against those who defamed and deplatformed her remains unclear, but Barr isn’t the only one to respond to his offer.

“@Kara_Creates was fired for following Libs of TikTok,” stated the wildly popular Libs of TikTok account.

“Kara, is that accurate?” Musk replied, to which Libs of TikTok posted back, “This is fantastic! Thank you Elon!”

Actress Gina Carano, who was canceled from her starring role in the popular Disney+ series “The Mandalorian” for posting her conservative thoughts, also noted Musk’s offer.

“I think I qualify,” she stated.

Many other X users suggested there may be another “guy” who could benefit from Musk’s offer:

Sky News Australia host Rita Panahi called Musk’s offer “HUGE.”

As Pentagon correspondent Kristina Wong put it:



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