Elon Musk on Sunday tweeted about the circumstances surrounding the incident about Paul Pelosi’s attach in response to Hillary Clinton's tweet that linked the attack on Paul Pelosi to Republican rhetoric.
A 42-year-old man reportedly broke into San Francisco publicist Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif) and her husband Paul Pelosi's home, attacked him with a hammer and underwent surgery for a fractured skull according to the media.
Clinton blamed Republicans while sharing a Los Angeles Times article that reported the suspect echoed a QAnon conspiracy theory.
“The Republican Party and its mouthpieces now regularly spread hate and deranged conspiracy theories,” Clinton tweeted on Saturday afternoon.
“It is shocking, but not surprising, that violence is the result,”Clinton continued. “As citizens, we must hold them accountable for their words and the actions that follow.”
On Sunday morning, just days after taking over his platform, Musk tweeted Clinton to share an article describing an unsubstantiated right-wing conspiracy regarding the circumstances of the attack.
“There is a tiny possibility there might be more to this story than meets the eye,” Musk wrote.
He later deleted the tweet that day.
There is no evidence to support the claims of an article from a website known for repeatedly publishing false articles. In 2016, it claimed that Clinton had died during that year's presidential election, a body double disputed at the time. Republican candidate Donald Trump.
After acquiring the platform, many critics of Tesla's CEO expressed concern that misinformation was being spread on the platform under its looser content moderation policies, so Musk was quick to We have taken steps to make content decisions.
Details of his Twitter's future content management under Musk's ownership remain unclear, and he has promised to make significant changes to the platform, including layoffs and the lifting of a life ban involving Trump.
In a statement released Thursday, Musk said, “Twitter obviously cannot become a free-for-all hellscape, where anything can be said with no consequences!”
Her publicist said Saturday that her husband's condition continued to improve, calling her alleged altercation "life-threatening" and "traumatizing."
“Please know that the outpouring of prayers and warm wishes from so many in the Congress is a comfort to our family and is helping Paul make progress with his recovery,” she wrote in a “Dear Colleague” letter.