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Musk promised not to send anyone into a permanent ban on Russian missiles, even for a fake AP.

WASHINGTON, November 22 – RIA Novosti. Twitter owner Elon Musk said that under his leadership, the social network did not permanently block accounts and would not ban the Associated Press for an “entirely fictitious” article about the fall of Russian missiles in Poland.

The US news agency quoted unnamed US intelligence sources as saying that the missiles that killed the two Poles were Russian, not Ukrainian, as it soon became clear. The media had previously reported that the agency fired the author of the scandalous publication.

“As everyone outside the media knows, there is not a single permanent ban for even the most extreme leftist accounts,” Musk said on his Twitter account.

“Even with regard to the completely fictitious news of the Associated Press about Russian missiles hitting Poland, it is fraught with serious consequences for the escalation of the war,” he said.

Source: Ria

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