Jones gained a bunch of attention after claiming that the horrific massacre in the Connecticut elementary school was a hoax and was a part of the government's attempt to strip Americans of their guns.
In a video, Jones described himself as a "controversial figure" also said he did not blame Musk for not bringing him back to the platform and called out the "reign of surveillance and censorship" in big tech companies, government agencies, and more.
Musk's not allowing Jones to return to Twitter despite his free speech sentiments also comes as former president Donald Trump was reinstated.
On Friday, the billionaire shared a poll on Twitter that asked users if the businessman should be allowed on the platform - and a little more than half believed he should.
"The people have spoken," Musk said on Twitter.
\u201cThe people have spoken. \n\nTrump will be reinstated.\n\nVox Populi, Vox Dei.\u201d
Musk's reinstatement of Trump's platform reversed the major ban that kept him off the platform following his seeming incitement of violence that provoked the US Capitol Hill riots on 6 January 2021 amid President Joe Biden's presidential victory.
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