Oh look, Elon Musk is allowing more banned Twitter accounts.

Twitter overlord Elon Musk announced on Thursday that he will allow more suspended accounts to return to the site following the results of a poll he released the day before Thanksgiving, claiming it was the will of the platform’s users.

Musk made his decree along with a Latin phrase that roughly translates to: “The voice of the people is the voice of God.”

Amnesty will begin next week. Musk said this would only apply to accounts that didn’t break the law or “engaged in egregious spam.”

Which accounts will be restored is not yet clear. But if the recent past is the guideline, it could be mostly voices from the right. Musk is back a number of right users over the past week, including media misogynist Jordan Peterson and misogynist YouTuber Andrew Tate.

Misogynist former president Donald Trump, was given the green light to post on Twitter last weekend, also preceded by a Twitter poll. Trump, however, has yet to post a single new tweet since he was removed from Twitter following the January events. September 6, 2021, Capitol attack.

Now Musk seems to have completely abandoned his October 28 promises convene a “multi-viewpoint content moderation board” before making any “major decisions about account maintenance or recovery.”

Faced with evidence of that promise in the form of a screenshot earlier this week, Musk said his enemies got in the way.

“A grand coalition of political/social activist groups have agreed not to try to kill Twitter by depriving us of ad revenue if I agree to this condition. They broke the deal,” Musk said on Tuesday, without providing evidence.

Pictures from video call published by TMZ On Wednesday, Musk described the Twitter board as more of an “advisory” group.

“In the end, I will decide … I don’t need to listen to what they say,” he said.

Musk seems to have shrugged it off critics who say it has become too cozy with Twitter’s most prominent voices on the right, even though the advertisers that provide the bulk of Twitter’s revenue appear skittish.

According to the Washington Postmore than a third of Twitter’s top 100 marketers haven’t posted any ads on the site in the past two weeks, coinciding with Musk’s payroll cuts on Twitter.

Musk, the richest man in the world, completed his $44 billion purchase of Twitter in October. 27