Musk was replying to a Twitter user’s question on if he would consider creating a social media platform based on an open-source algorithm that prioritized free speech and had less propaganda.
Musk, who is a regular Twitter user, has recently been critical of the social media platform and its policies. He claims that the company is undermining democracy by not adhering to the principles of free speech.
His message comes a day after he conducted a Twitter poll in which over 70% of respondents said they did not believe Twitter adhered to the principle of free speech.
“The consequences of this poll will be important. Please vote carefully,” he said on Friday.
But unless Musk decides to create a new platform, he will be joining a growing list of tech companies that are positioning themselves as champions of free speech in the hopes of attracting users who feel their voices are being silenced on platforms like Twitter, Meta Platform’s Facebook, and Alphabet‘s YouTube.