Elon Musk has become almost Trumpian in his ability to rouse liberal hysteria through manipulation of media — both traditional and online.
The Tesla CEO has caused a stir lately with his openness and transparency as he attempts to purchase Twitter despite its ungodly left-wing bias and tyrannical content moderation policies.
Liberals have totally freaked out at the idea that the world’s richest man, who constantly stresses the importance of free speech on Twitter, could soon enough be in charge of one of the world’s most powerful social media platforms.
However, this recent admission from Musk will surely inspire leftists to absolutely lose their minds as they prepare for the inevitable smackdown Democrats will face in the November midterm elections.
Musk gives off the appearance of being ‘above’ the partisan political fray, focusing instead on key fundamental issues that shape his ideology, such as free speech absolutism. He’s never definitively come out in support of a candidate except when he admitted to voting for Obama in a 2013 interview with Huffington Post.
In the interview, Musk shared that he has donated to both the Democratic and Republican parties. Musk also clarified that he voted for former President Barack Obama in 2008 and 2012 and said the Republican Party will still sometimes fall victim to “corporate evil and religious zealotry.”
However, it seems Musk’s 10-year-old criticism of the Republican Party can now be seamlessly applied to the Democrats — the party that marches arm-in-arm with every woke corporation while pushing their neoliberal religion that considers George Floyd its god.
His political affiliation seems to have shifted along with the working platform of the Democrat Party.
During a podcast appearance, Musk revealed that he will vote for Republican candidates in the 2022 midterms after “overwhelmingly” supporting Democrats in previous elections. This is a major break away from his Big Tech colleagues, all of whom not only support Democrat candidates but engage in election-stealing tactics to ensure their victories.
Musk again slammed Twitter’s “very far-Left bias” during the interview and cited it as a contributing factor to his open-minded approach to modern-day conservatism.
“I have voted overwhelmingly for Democrats historically, overwhelmingly. Like, I’m not sure, I might never have voted for a Republican, just to be clear,” Musk said during a virtual appearance on an episode of the All-In podcast on Monday. “Now, this election, I will.”
Elon Musk says he will vote Republican for FIRST time EVER after absolutely SAVAGING Joe Brandon in brutal roast pic.twitter.com/sxWybzsFDy
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 17, 2022
The SpaceX founder addressed his critics who claim a right-wing takeover at Twitter is on the horizon as a result of his acquisition.
“It’s not some right-wing takeover as, say, people on the Left may fear,” Musk told the hosts of his recent purchase of Twitter, calling the bid a “moderate-wing takeover in an attempt to ensure that people of all political beliefs feel welcome on a digital town square.”
Musk recently said his $44 billion deal to take over Twitter will not “move forward” until the company is able to address the quantity of fake or spam accounts on the site.
The Tesla CEO pointed to the fact that he gets “trashed by the media all the time” as evidence of the importance of free speech protections.
Musk recently created a media firestorm when bashed Twitter’s decision to slap then-sitting President Donald Trump with a permaban, calling the move “morally wrong.”
Author: Asa McCue