New Twitter Poll on Assange and Snowden by Elon Musk

Elon Musk the new CEO of Twitter posted a new Poll on Sunday on Julian Assange the co-founder of WikiLeaks and Edward Snowden the whistleblower of NSA. WikiLeaks revealed the highly classified information about the US and the National Security Agency (NSA).

After disclosing of this private and delicate material about alleged wrongdoings and monitoring by the US military and intelligence both of them have been living in exile.

And today Elon Musk conducted a poll on Twitter stating ” I am not expressing an opinion, but did promise to conduct this poll. Should Assange and Snowden be pardoned?”

Its been hours for the post to be live, the poll had garnered over 2,058,389 responses, with the majority of people choosing to vote in favour. The two whistleblowers’ pardon received more than 80.2% of user votes and only 19.8% of the people opposed it. There have been around 35.7k retweets.

Carla Sands a Vice Chair Center for Energy & Environment of US replied to the tweet that “Snowden has pledged his loyalty to mother Russia”

While Terrence K. Williams an Actor, Comedian, Commentator and the founder of Cousin T Pancakes, Syrup & Coffee replied that “They did nothing wrong by exposing the corrupt criminals in the United States Government.”




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