Leaked Audio Shows Twitter Execs Trying to Comfort Staff in All-Hands Meeting

Project Veritas released a leaked audio (listen below) from an all-hands meeting at Twitter following Elon Musk’s takeover of the company on Tuesday night.

Bret Taylor, a Twitter board member, and Parag Agrawal, the company’s CEO, were present for the 45-minute meeting.

Leslie Berland, CMO of Twitter, moderated the crying room and set the tone by questioning what the board and Musk plan to do about the “mass exodus of employees, considering the acquisition is by a person with questionable ethics.”

“The question of attrition,” Taylor said, “as Parag stated, one of the themes of today is continuity and ensuring that Parag and his leadership team continue to operate the business successfully on behalf of our users, on behalf of our customers, and that has obviously been a big topic of conversation at the board, and as I mentioned, an area that is important to Elon Musk as well, because the importance of Twitter as a service.”

“Elon made it clear in public that a large part of the reason he bought the platform was because of our moderation policies and disagreements in how we deal with health [sic].” Berland continued.

“This puts Twitter Trust and Safety, as well as anybody who cares about health on the platform, in a difficult position,” she added.

Agrawal assured employees “the capabilities we’ve built around content moderation are fundamental to keeping Twitter safe and growing.” (If that’s the case—if they can find a way to con Musk into continuing the censorship business model—then all their little emotional breakdowns will have been for naught. )

Some additional excerpts from the group-therapy session meeting:

  • Taylor: “I also just want to acknowledge all the emotions of today. It is an emotional day. I want to acknowledge it.”
  • Taylor: “By law, we are required to act in the best interest of our shareholders.”
  • Taylor: “I can’t speak to why people leak [information to journalists], but people do. I can’t imagine how disruptive it was for all of you.”
  • Parag Agrawal, Twitter CEO: “It’s important to acknowledge that all of you have many different feelings about what is happening.”
  • Agrawal: “Many of you are concerned, some of you excited, many people here are waiting to understand how this goes and have an open mind.”
  • Agrawal: “We’ll be finding a way to have Elon talk with all of you at the soonest possible opportunity.”
  • Agrawal: “As you’ve heard from all of us, we don’t have all the answers.”

The poor dears are obviously shaking at the news of their new social-media overlord. Many of them have threatened to resign and take their talents (!) somewhere because the censorship employment is coming to an end. (Remember when all the Hollywood glitterati threatened to move to Canada if Donald Trump won? LOLOLOL!)

The executives’ acknowledged “feelings” and “emotions” may have been quelled somewhat by Agrawal’s suggestion that the platform’s content moderation policies censorship will continue. Time will tell whether Musk, who has yet to take control of the firm, will be able to achieve his ambitious list of Twitter goals, but I believe we can all agree that things can’t get much worse.

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Johnny McCalom
17 days ago

The only thing these cencor monsters are worried about is being fired and the business being moved out of California. Most of them work from home, never at their offices or place of employment, are libtards who enjoy silencing anyone they don’t agree with, and can’t handle reality. Elon Musk needs to start Twitter with a completely clean slate by holding onto to no one in management positions or board directors. Plus those that don’t show up to their place of employment needs to go. He can find other people more capable of filling their empty slots with less problems. Elon doesn’t need these company crippling employees.

Michelle
Reply to  Johnny McCalom
16 days ago

Well they are still there because I can’t get into my twitter account or sign up for a new account. At least every time I try it’s glitching. 😡
All I wanted to do is show support for the take over and free speech.

Barry Smith
12 days ago

O am guessing a lot of people will be looking for a job once he takes control. Which will be great! Get Woke go Broke!

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