"Elon Musk sent up the Bat Signal to every kind of racist, misogynist and homophobe that Twitter was open for business," said an anti-hate group's CEO.
Ronna McDaniel called out Kanye West and Nick Fuentes, but many noticed she didn't mention their recent dinner host, former President Donald Trump.
Andrew Anglin spent his first day back on Twitter defending Ye's antisemitic rants.
Users complain their timelines are being inundated with right-wing tweets from people they don't follow and don't like, offering points of view they oppose.
"My kid is shopping for a winter coat that will match his shorts and flip flops."
Shortly after tweeting a swastika intertwined with a Star of David, the antisemitic rapper said his account had been locked.
Right-wingers are out to scrub Twitter of everyone but them, with Elon Musk's help.
Musk uses his social media company to attack a consumer for not buying his product from another company.
During a disturbing interview with Alex Jones, Ye said he would give the Infowars host the reins to his Twitter account.
Following a meeting at the Cupertino company's HQ, Musk said its CEO "was clear that Apple never considered doing so."