Elon Musk hints that poll about him stepping down as Twitter CEO was a trick…

On Sunday, Twitter CEO Elon Musk released a poll about whether or not he should step down as Twitter CEO.

“Should I step down as head of Twitter? I will abide by the results of this poll,” Musk asked. As of now, the poll has received over 17,000,000 votes and 58% of voters voted in favor of him stepping down.

In a tweet on Monday afternoon however, Musk hinted that the poll may have been a ploy to catch bots on Twitter.

“Hey @elonmusk, it’s unwise to run a poll like this when you are now deep state enemy #1,” said Kim Dotcom on Twitter. “They have the biggest bot army on Twitter. They have 100k ‘analysts’ with 30-40 accounts all voting against you. Let’s clean up and then run this poll again. The majority has faith in you.”

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“I’m hoping that Elon did this poll as a honeypot to catch all the deep state bots,” he added. “The dataset for this poll will contain most of them. Some good data-mining and he could kill them all in one go.”

Musk then confirmed the thought, responding: “Interesting.”

Musk fueled the speculation that he would not be stepping down even more when he responded to another Twitter user who suggested that only people who subscribe to Twitter Blue should be able to vote.

With Trending Politics report

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