According to a friend of Elon Musk, he is surrounded by sycophants and yes men
The hard truth is that he is straight-up alone right now and winging this."
SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk's takeover of Twitter has so far been a near-total disaster.
The entire operation is in shambles, with employees — who either survived a massive round of layoffs or were asked to return to work after being fired — desperately trying to make sense of the situation.
At the center of the mayhem is Musk, who' reportedly coming up with new ideas on the fly, often without informing anybody of his plans. Over the weekend, for instance, he implemented a new policy banning users for "impersonating" others — despite having previously declared that "comedy is now legal" on the site.
Sure, it's now up to Musk to set the rules and figure out how to enforce them. After all, he's the official judge, jury, and executioner of Twitter now.