Joe Biden attacks Elon Musk’s X over increased ‘misinformation’

"Where do people get their news? They, they, they, they, they go online, they go..."

In an exclusive appearance with ProPublica, Joe Biden expressed his disdain for Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter, now known as X, because it has in his view ensured that people now have "no notion" of what information is true vs. false.

While speaking on the topic of people in the United States consuming fake information, a ProPublica reporter asked Biden: "What about what Elon Musk has done to Twitter, lowering guardrails against misinformation does that contribute to it?" 

"Yeah it does..." answered Biden, who proceeded to discuss his past consideration of writing a book as well as a few technological advancements the world has undergone over the years before answering the question. "...Where do people get their news? They, they, they, they, they go online, they go, and you have no notion whether it's true or not."

"What he meant to say is how upset he is that the government can no longer control what you see on X," Trending Politics Co-Owner Collin Rugg remarked in reaction to Biden's comments. 

"This is exactly why 'investigations' into Elon keep popping up," he added. "They no longer have control…"

This interview of Biden by the 'independent' ProPublica, which has taken in donations by a slew of leftist donors including George Soros, comes just after Fox News neglected to ask any Republican candidate for US President about the weaponization of the Department of Justice against former President Trump as well as other conservative Americans. 
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