Will Chamberlain of the Article III Project Talks Big Tech

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Let's return to big tech. Here's a little cut from the second richest man in the world because guys, it's actually Putin, who's the richest. I mean, he literally has privatized half of Russia into his back pocket. So it's not on the books, but he is the richest man in the world. Elon Musk is a close second. And this is what he said at a recent TED Talk. Cut one play cut. Intuitive sense is that having a public platform that is maximally trusted and broadly inclusive is extremely important to the future of civilization. But you've described yourself. I don't care about the economics at all. Okay. Richest man in the world or second, which says, I'm not in it for the money. Interesting. And he says it's vital for the future of civilization, not exactly what you hear from liberals. Well, deal with the question of whether or not we trust this man, but give us the strategic analysis of how important a development is it, that a guy who made his money out of PayPal, then electric vehicles, a darling concept of the left. And then reinvigorating almost single handedly America's space program that this is the guy who wants to buy Twitter, how unusual is that well? I mean, it's very unusual, especially because we're used to billionaires kind of hewing to the line of the left, like they're almost, they're scared as anybody else of The New York Times of The Washington Post. Writing a hippie's on them, which they shouldn't be because they're that wealthy. So it is really unique and it's really gratifying, I guess, would be the word, just to see someone step out and be willing to, despite their high standing and elite circles, be able to say, no, this is just wrong. What you have been doing is completely wrong. And not only, I'm literally going to buy the biggest and most not the biggest, but the most consequential and influential social media platform in the

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