Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, came out on Sunday night against left-wing Bernie Sanders on Twitter.
Elon Musk, the president of Tesla and the world’s richest man, wrote a harsh letter to left-leaning US Senator Bernie Sanders on Sunday night.
Sanders published a post calling for higher taxes on the richest:
We must demand that the rich pay their share. Sanders Dott Books.
It didn’t go well with Musk, like According to leaked tax documents Almost do not pay taxes.
Musk wrote: ‘I keep forgetting that you’re alive’ In a Twitter post.
Musk, who reached the size of the Norwegian state budgets, also continued his wealth second job.
Do you want to sell more shares, Bernie? Just say the word…
Stick to the billionaire tax
Musk referred with her to a poll that Musk posted on Twitter last weekend. In line with Democrats’ plans to tax billionaires in the US, Musk asked his followers if he should sell shares in Tesla.
According to him, Musk has no taxable income, so the sale of shares is the only thing he pays tax on.
The majority of those who voted believed that Musk should own the stock. Musk also continued.
At the end of the week, Musk sold Tesla shares worth nearly NOK 60 billion over the course of the week, According to Reuters. It is the first time since 2016 that he has sold shares in the company.
Elon Musk continues to sell Tesla for billions
Snowden and Twitter users respond
Musk’s Twitter posts have attracted attention. Detective Edward Snowden reacted, among other things, with his post.
“It caused,” Snowden wrote.
Others have used Musk’s posts against him.
Twitter user Silver Including. The user added the text “Elon to his six children” before the post in which Musk wrote “I always forget you’re alive.”
The same trick was used by user Keri, who makes fun of self-driving Tesla cars.
The user writes “Someone’s Tesla at a pedestrian crossing,” before entering Musk’s comment “I’m still forgetting you’re alive.”
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