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Elon Musk takes a dig at leftist media and ‘corporate journalism’: “We’ve only just begun”

In a mysterious tweet sent early on Wednesday, Twitter CEO Elon Musk attacked the reputation of “traditional media.”

Elon Musk, who owns Tesla and Twitter, posted a cringeworthy, hazy image on Twitter that makes fun of those who have been “brainwashed,” furthering his embarrassing behavior on the social media network he now controls.

The graphic claims he is “not brainwashed” and features a stick person bearing the symbols of CNN, Islam, and the LGBTQ+ progress flag while donning a green facial mask and having many needles inserted into their body.

Another figure with a “Chad” visage and an American flag says, “really?” while a speech bubble above it declares, “They brainwashed you.”

The awkwardness increases when you see the Twitter logo tattooed on the right thigh of the “brainwashed” individual.

One questioned, “Why does the individual on the left have your company’s emblem on them?

Another person said, “Love how Twitter is on this lol.” A third person said, “This meme claims that Twitter is evil.


The electric car company Tesla’s stocks dropped by more than 8% Tuesday, to $113 by lunchtime — a 52-week low — before the unusual tweet was sent out on Wednesday.

However, we suppose Musk’s persistent concentration on Twitter hasn’t exactly won over shareholders. CNBC reported news that Tesla will be decreasing output at its Shanghai facility next month, indicating that could be partially responsible for the decline.

The billionaire is said to be “asleep at the wheel” when it comes to running Tesla, according to Dan Ives, a Wall Street technology expert and executive director of Wedbush Securities, who made this statement last week.

Mr. Ives stated that Musk is instead concentrating on Twitter, which he described as “a continuing nightmare that never stops for investors.”

Oh, Dan, we too are suffering under Musk’s present leadership of the well-known social networking site.

But despite all the worries about stock prices and offensive jokes, the businessman doesn’t appear to be upset. Musk responded by stating “the traditional media should worry about its reputation” when an Axios reporter warned that his “reputation is in jeopardy” on CNBC’s Squawk Box.

He said, “We have only just begun.


In another instance, Musk just lashed back when a Twitter user reacted to his “brainwashed” joke by stating they had “small testicles” and “the impulse control of a kid” and that they were “paid the most ever to be the largest internet troll.”

Elon Musk’s Twitter activity was ridiculed by Jimmy Fallon

A few days before, Elon Musk was made fun of by Jimmy Fallon on his program for blocking accounts of people who had threatened the life of his 2-year-old kid by doxxing the new Twitter owner.

Jimmy Fallon attempted to characterize real-time doxxing on social media as “harmless stalking” around a minute into the show. The presenter of the late-night program noted, “Elon stated the journalists were utilizing social media to keep track of what he’s doing, or also known as social media.”

He continued to make fun of Elon Musk, saying, “I have a hunch that just after Christmas we’re going to see Elon Musk in line attempting to return Twitter.”

The Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk stated that his pronouns were “Prosecute/Fauci” earlier on December 13 of this year, leading Jimmy Fallon to mock Musk and Tesla. The presenter of the late-night program, whose viewers support gender identity politics, had a response that went something like this: “Fauci was like – Yep, much like a Tesla battery, Elon’s on fire.”

He replied, “Congratulations on making Twitter the Johnson & Johnson vaccine of social media,” which made it clear that Fauci wasn’t having it.

It should be noted that Fauci, the head of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, was scrutinized during the Coronavirus epidemic.

Source: Indy100, OpIndia

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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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