In a shocking move, tech mogul Elon Musk has announced that he will be leaving California and taking his company, Twitter, with him to the great state of Texas.
“I’m tired of the high taxes and regulations in California,” said Musk in a tweet, “I’m taking my business to a state that knows how to treat entrepreneurs right.”
Musk, who has been a vocal critic of California’s business policies, has been looking for a new home for his company for some time. He had reportedly been considering states such as Florida and Nevada, but ultimately decided on Texas due to its low taxes and pro-business environment.
“In Texas, I’ll be able to focus on what really matters: tweeting about my latest projects and making memes,” said Musk. “I’ll be able to do all of that without the government breathing down my neck.”
The move is a big blow to California, which has long been a hub for tech innovation. Many in the industry are worried that other companies will follow Musk’s lead and leave the state for greener pastures.
“This is a sad day for California,” said Governor Gavin Newsom in a statement. “But we will continue to fight for policies that support our tech industry and keep companies like Twitter in our state.”
Meanwhile, Texas is thrilled to have Twitter moving in. Governor Greg Abbott tweeted, “Welcome to the Lone Star State, @elonmusk and @Twitter! We can’t wait to see what you’ll tweet about Texas.”
The move is set to take place in the coming months, and Twitter users can expect to see tweets about cowboys, oil rigs, and of course, memes about Texas.
Note: This is a Satire-article.