The hate-speech argument against Twitter is among the most powerful as a probable cause of the business models falling apart. Once again, the issue is whether Musk can partially control this content. It remains a part of Facebook and YouTube content. That means the problem is a matter of degree.
Musk has taken on heavy debt to buy the company. Do these financial firms want to push Twitter into bankruptcy if it does not stay current on payments? No. None of them want to own the company or any of its controversial assets. They will renegotiate obligations and hope to recoup their loans over time.
Musk is not painted into as much of a corner as many people think. That gives him a chance to make his buyout successful, even if it is a long shot.
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