Elon Musk says he will not allow the conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to return to Twitter.
Activations of accounts belonging to former US President Donald Trump, rapper Ye (formerly Kanye West), and influencer Andrew Tate occurred over the weekend.
Upon being asked on Twitter if Jones was next, Mr. Musk said.
His own child had died, and he “had no pity” for those who would exploit children’s deaths for personal gain, political advantage, or public notoriety, he wrote.
Ten-day-old Nevada Alexander Musk died in 2002.
According to Mr. Musk, he “felt his final heartbeat” when his infant son passed away in his arms.
Radio show host for Info Wars After repeatedly asserting that the Sandy Hook school shooting, in which 20 children and six adults were killed, was a hoax, Jones was fined $1.44 billion (£1.2 billion).
In August of 2018, he was permanently blocked from using Facebook, Spotify, Apple, and YouTube.
Kim Dotcom, a notorious internet tycoon, was one of many who called for his release.
As reported by Axios, Jones made the comments in a video broadcast on the platform Rumble in which he explicitly stated that he did not care about using Twitter.
Mr. Trump has more than 90 million followers after reactivating his account, but he has yet to tweet.
Though it doesn’t have quite the reach of Twitter, he says he plans to keep using his own network, Truth Social.