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Alyssa Milano mocked on Twitter after returning her Tesla for a Volkswagen: Elon Musk responded

After falling flat on her face while taking a swipe at Elon Musk, Alyssa Milano receives backlash on Twitter.

Virtue signaling is a challenging endeavor. It is considerably more difficult when the virtue signaler has no actual knowledge of the subject at hand.

Actress Alyssa Milano, who is well-versed in the art of virtue signaling, did it again over the weekend when she revealed she was selling her Tesla and buying an electric Volkswagen to show her disapproval of Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter.

Milano remarked, “I returned my Tesla.” I purchased a VW EV. My favorite. I’m not clear how businesses may purchase Twitter space. The promotion of hatred and white supremacy via the goods of publicly listed companies doesn’t seem like a successful business strategy.

White nationalism stinks. And do you know who the worst advocates of white supremacy were? German Nazis.


And which automobile manufacturer had connections to the Nazis in its early years? Volkswagen.

Numerous commenters, including Musk, emphasized this issue.

The Hodge Twins claimed that Hitler and the Nazis really established Volkswagen, to which Musk replied with the number 100 emoji and a smiling emoji.


Wait till you find out who started Volkswagen! Pete D’Abrosca, a political consultant, stated.


A new state-owned vehicle firm called Gesellschaft zur Vorbereitung des Deutschen Volkswagens mbH is established on May 28 by the German government, which is then ruled by Adolf Hitler of the National Socialist (Nazi) Party. By the end of the year, the company had become known as Volkswagenwerk, short for “The People’s Car Company.”

Volkswagen’s original owners were the Nazi-affiliated German Labor Front, and the company was based in Wolfsburg, Germany. Hitler’s favorite project was the creation and mass manufacture of a cheap but quick automobile that could sell for less than 1,000 Reich marks (about $140 at the time), in addition to his grandiose ambition to establish a network of autobahns and controlled-access motorways across Germany. Hitler commissioned Ferdinand Porsche, an Austrian and German automotive expert, to create the design for this “people’s automobile.” The Fuhrer said, “This automobile has been designed for the wide people,” during a Nazi rally in 1938. Its aim is to satisfy their desire for mobility while also making them happy. But shortly after the KdF (Kraft-Durch-Freude)-Wagen (“Strength-Through-Joy” automobile) made its debut at the Berlin Motor Show in 1939, World War II broke out, and Volkswagen stopped making the vehicle. The Allies would make Volkswagen the center of their efforts to revive the German car industry after the war, leaving the plant in ruins.

No evidence exists now or in the decades after World War II to suggest that Volkswagen has any connections to the Nazis, white nationalism, or white supremacy.
But lately, Musk hasn’t had a lot of success establishing friendships.

Elon Musk has not only criticized President Joe Biden’s administration, but he has also backed one Republican candidate for the upcoming election.

Tim Young first posted a story with the title, “It’s been a week since @elonmusk brought Trump back… and without him posting a single tweet… The left is unable to manage it.

That made Musk send out a lot of tweets in which he talked about how the previous president didn’t tweet and who he would vote for in 2024.

“I don’t mind if Trump doesn’t tweet.” The most essential thing is that Twitter retracts its serious error in suspending his account despite the fact that there was no breach of the law or the rules of service. He said that half of America’s confidence in Twitter was damaged by deplatforming a president.


“Would you endorse Ron DeSantis in 2024, Elon?” read another message from a Twitter user. Musk’s “yes” response sent DeSantis’ name to the top of the trending topics on Twitter.

However, he believes that Twitter as a platform must be equitable for all users.

Source: Conservativebrief

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Written by Alex Bruno

Freelance space writer Alex Bruno specializes in covering China's quickly expanding space industry. In 2021, he started writing for SpaceXMania. He also contributes to publications including SpaceNews, IEEE Spectrum, National Geographic, Sky & Telescope, and New Scientist. When Alex was a small child, he first experienced the space bug after seeing Voyager photographs of alien planets in our solar system. When not in space, Alex likes to go trail jogging in the Finnish countryside.

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