Elon Musk is Making Twitter Fun Again With the Help of William Shatner

Elon Musk has made Twitter more fun than it’s ever been. Musk has proven himself to be a viable troll on Twitter and he’s neither conservative or liberal but you wouldn’t be able to tell if you listen to the left.

Musk even trolled Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez when She tweeted, “Tired of having to collectively stress about what explosion of hate crimes is happening bc some billionaire with an ego problem unilaterally controls a massive communication platform and skews it because Tucker Carlson or Peter Thiel took him to dinner and made him feel special.”

Musk responded, “Stop hitting on me, I’m really shy.”

Perfect response to AOC’s constant claim that Republicans are trying to date her.

AOC originally responded, “I was talking about Zuckerberg but ok,” but then she deleted the tweet.

Others have backed Musk such as William Shatner who tweeted, “BTW, since it seems to be the latest ‘thing’ in here. I’m stating that I’m staying on Twitter. Besides, I think @elonmusk is adorbs. Also, full disclosure: I’m trying to pitch Elon to hire me as face of Twitter. #dumpthebird.”

Out with the old, in with the new!

Musk, as witty as he is, responded to Shatner saying, “You will always be my Captain.” Honestly, this could happen. Captain Kirk taking on the left and standing up for free speech rights as the face of Twitter.

Musk has explained before that he likes Star Trek more than Star Wars, but has a love for both. Musk said that Star Wars was the first film he had ever seen, but his love for Star Trek comes from the idea of a happy utopian future rather than an apocalyptic Hell hole that has dominated the sci-fi movie and television show space. But it doesn’t seem like Harrison Ford would step up to the place and Shatner, though Shatner is 91 years-old.

The face of Twitter will be a mystery to us all until there’s a big reveal that takes the company to a new level and brings back reasonable discussion based posts rather than censorship that’s been the norm for so many years.