The “Poison Pill” might not be as poisonous as it may sound because Elon Musk is all packed with anti-poison pills that could bypass Parag’s defense, Twitter’s new CEO, who’s leading the fight against Elon.

With about 82 million Twitter followers, many people believe the billionaire CEO is going to make a Tender Offer to shareholders in an effort to buy up their shares.

And now, there has been a rumor going around that Elon has a secret weapon that he’s using against the Twitter board right now. According to the scuttlebutt, Elon has a mole on the Twitter board, right now, as we speak…

A game-changer for Elon, but this could mean “game over” for Parag.

Western Journal reported:

According to the New York Post, Musk is attempting to bring in other investors to help bolster his bid to take the company.

“Sources close to the matter” said that a partnership could be announced “within days,” the Post reported Friday. Among the list of potential partners to team up with Musk is private-equity firm Silver Lake Partners. The two parties already have a working history.

According to the Post’s sources, the firm had previously planned to invest with Musk in 2018 when he attempted to take Tesla private.

The co-CEO of Silver Lake, Egon Durban, is a Twitter board member who personally “led Musk’s deal team” in 2018, the sources said.

Silver Lake declined the Post’s request for comment, as did a representative for Musk himself, the Post reported.

Such a partnership would circumvent Twitter’s attempts to block Musk’s acquisition of the company, according to The Post.

“For its part, Twitter on Friday adopted a so-called poison pill — a corporate move that prevents Musk from acquiring more than 15% of the company,” the Post reported.

“But that pill may not stop other entities or people from acquiring their own shares of up to 15% of the company. Those owners could partner with Musk to force a sale, make changes in the executive ranks or push for other overhauls of the company.”

The chief legal analyst for Esquire Digital, Aron Solomon told Western Journal that he thinks Elon will make a series of quick moves to try to get his hands on Twitter as soon as possible.

Solomon told The Western Journal:

“We’re going to forget about Elon Musk and Twitter three, four or five days from now if he allows it to go out of the news spotlight. So, I think that he’s got to make some really interesting, quick moves if he has an ultimate endgame here.”

“And if that endgame is to acquire more than 50 percent of Twitter, I think it makes more sense to get those things in motion now.”

“Like Elon Musk or not, one thing that we know is that he’s able to take things from zero to 60 very quickly, whether it’s SpaceX or Tesla or anything that he wants to do.”

Sources: WayneDupree, Western Journal

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