Elon Musk is no fan of the Biden administration and has continued in his uncanny ability to mock Joe Biden in social media posts.
Last Thursday, President Joe Biden said that the future of electric vehicles will be “made right here in America,” and praised General Motors and Ford for “building more electric vehicles here at home than ever before.”
His remarks appeared to exclude Tesla, snubbing Elon Musk’s work to pioneer electric vehicles in the United States and globally. Tesla produces most of its electric vehicles in Fremont, California.
Responding to Biden, Tesla CEO Elon Musk wrote:
Starts with a T
Ends with an A
ESL in the middle
When someone else responded that Biden ought to feel shame for ignoring Tesla’s accomplishments and its contributions to the industry, Musk replied, “Biden is a damp sock puppet in human form,” using an emoji of socks in the place of the word sock.
In another tweet, Musk charged that “Biden is treating the American public like fools.”
As pointed out by many of those who responded to Biden in defence of Elon Musk, Tesla produces most of the electric vehicles driven in the United States. Of the 12 best-selling vehicles of 2021, Tesla’s Model Y and Model 3 vehicles far surpassed Ford, Chevy, Volkswagen, Nissan and other brands by close to 10-times.
As detailed by Rebel News, Elon Musk has become one of the fiercest critics of the Biden regime.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has become a firebrand of the right.
Whether by design or by happenstance, the billionaire entrepreneur has repeatedly mocked Democrat policies and left-wing politicians as the party becomes increasingly at odds with working and middle-class Americans.
Musk voiced his encouragement for Canadian truckers to his more than 70-million Twitter followers as they peacefully protest Canada’s draconian COVID-19 vaccine mandates and restrictions.
“If you scare people enough, they will demand removal of freedom. This is the path to tyranny,” he wrote.