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Elon Musk Discovers ‘Secret Closet’ Filled With ‘#StayWoke’ Shirts At Twitter HQ

Elon Musk posted video of a disturbing discovery in a “secret closet” nestled deep within the bowels of Twitter HQ

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African-American billionaire Elon Musk posted a video to his Twitter account he says shows a “secret closet” at Twitter’s headquarters, filled to the brim with shirts emblazoned with “#StayWoke.”

“Found in closet at Twitter HQ [for real],” wrote Musk before adding laughing emojis. In the video, Musk describes his surprise at the discovery.

“Here we are,” said Musk, “there is an entire closet – a secret closet – full of hashtag woke t-shirts.”

In a now-deleted tweet, Musk revealed he and his colleagues discovered the shirts likely date from a 2015 protest movement that was later debunked in federal court.

“#StayWoke shirts stem from the Ferguson protests,” Musk wrote in the deleted message.

He added, “Obama’s own DOJ proved this & exonerated the cop.” He correctly added, “‘Hands up don’t shoot’ was made up. The whole thing was a fiction.”

Musk deleted tweet


After receiving push back from far left Twitter accounts who do not respect the findings of President Barack Obama’s Department of Justice, Musk deleted the tweet and replaced it with a link to a document from the DOJ.

Beginning over the weekend, a growing number of conservative accounts are being welcomed back to Twitter under Musk’s watch.

He began with a series of lower profile accounts, then escalated rapidly with a Twitter poll that led to the reinstatement of 45th President Donald Trump’s account last weekend.

Masculinity influencer Andrew Tate is also back on the platform, as is independent journalist Savanah Hernandez and  TPUSA ambassador ALX.

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However, Musk revealed that his true commitment is not to free speech when he announced that radio and TV host Alex Jones would not be welcomed back to the platform, citing personal hangups regarding Jones’ statements regarding the Sandy Hook school shooting about 10 years ago.

Though wavering on his commitment to free speech, Musk seems resolute in his efforts to change Twitter’s culture.

In leaked audio released earlier this month, Musk is heard telling workers to immediately plan to begin working from the office or he would consider their physical absence a notice of resignation.

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Tom Pappert is the Editor-in-Chief of Valiant News. He has worked in political news and commentary since 2015, when he began supporting Trump on a left wing college campus. You can follow him on Twitter @realTomPappert, on Gab @realGodEmperorTrump, on Facebook at Tom Pappert, or see his other social media by visiting Tips can be sent securely to [email protected].



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    James R Maxwell

    November 23, 2022 at 12:49 pm

    Hell I was banned for life about 5 years ago and still do not know
    what for. Must have pissed off a wokie idiot. Doubt that I will
    get back on since I only a small fry Retired Vietnam Military member who speaks the truth even if it hurts their dammed feelings.

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    November 23, 2022 at 1:05 pm

    Need to add stay broke to them shirts!!!!

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    Tim Kuehl

    November 23, 2022 at 1:50 pm

    I’m sure there is nowhere in California that allows open burning. However, where I live burn piles are legal. If Elon would ship that #woke trash to me I would join Twitter then unceremoniously burn it so I could video the burning and post it. Maybe do a live broadcast on Twitter if possible.

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