Elon Musk swipes another news outlet for 'misinformation,' after striking down 'flat wrong' reports yesterday

Elon Musk seemed to take a swipe at the Associated Press on Thursday, the latest pushback on news outlets that Musk claims are pushing misinformation.
In a pair of tweets, Musk called the news outlet an "expert in misinformation" after it published a report about a poll he conducted earlier in the day.
AP then published a report acknowledging Musk’s decision, which Musk then seemed to dispute.
"New Twitter owner Elon Musk said Thursday that he is granting ‘amnesty’ for suspended accounts, which online safety experts predict will spur a rise in harassment, hate speech and misinformation," read the AP report published on Nov. 24.
The swipe is the latest in Musk’s recent pushback on news outlets that have allegedly misreported details concerning him and Twitter.
ELON MUSK SETS THE RECORD STRAIGHT ON FTX'S SAM BANKMAN-FRIED AND TWITTER SHARES: 'HE OWNS ZERO PERCENT'First, Musk discredited a similar claim published by Business Insider that specifically said: "Sam Bankman-Fried reportedly owns a $100 million stake in Elon Musk's Twitter."
Later, Musk discredited a Semafor report alleging Bankman-Fried "owns a sizable chunk of a now privately held and debt-laden Twitter."
"SBF/FTX do not own shares in Twitter," Musk said in response.
ELON MUSK EXPOSES 'SECRET CLOSET' FULL OF 'STAY WOKE' T-SHIRTS AT TWITTER HQHe added: "There was a time when you cared about the truth.
In another tweet, Musk called the claim "flat wrong" and said there was "no grey area" in whether FTX or Bankman-Fried owned any shares in his company.
Musk responded once more, denying Bankman-Fried owned any Twitter shares.
One such decision included reinstating the Twitter account of former President Donald J. Trump and Rep. Majorie Taylor Greene.