Elon Musk described Twitter as ‘fractal Rube Goldberg machine’: Dave Rubin
‘The Rubin Report’ host Dave Rubin describes what he saw during his 48-hour visit with Elon Musk at Twitter’s San Francisco headquarters.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk criticized The Washington Post on Saturday after one of its reporters was called out for her comments claiming some scientists had a "covid denialist agenda."
Technology reporter Taylor Lorenz responded to a tweet that criticized the Norfolk Group, a group of scientists pushing back on the effectiveness of the U.S. response to the coronavirus pandemic.
The scientists — Jay Bhattacharya, Leslie Bienen, Ram Duriseti, Tracy Beth Høeg, Marty Makary, Martin Kulldorff, Margery Smelkinson and Steven Templeton — addressed a number of issues, including what could have been done to better protect higher-risk Americans from the virus and why schools were closed despite early evidence that they were not major sources of the virus' spread.
Lorenz claimed in a Twitter thread in response to the newly-formed Norfolk Group that reporters had stopped covering COVID-19 disinformation when President Biden took office in January 2021.
ELON MUSK SAYS TWITTER IS 'TRENDING TO BREAKEVEN,' LAST THREE MONTHS WERE 'EXTREMELY TOUGH'