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LOL: Elon Musk Calls Biden “Damp Sock Puppet”

Elon Musk is savage. Though the Donald was by far the best tweeter ever, turning that cursed platform into an absolute dumpster fire of shitposting and leftist bashing (in a good way), with him banished from the platform by the censors that be, we have to turn to alternatives for based content. Elon is, without a doubt, the best alternative to the bad orange man. He’s hilarious.

And he proved that yet again on Thursday, when he bashed Brandon, our senile, Rotting Eggplant in Chief, as a “damp sock puppet in human form”  in one of the funniest Twitter tirades in quite a while.

It began when Elon responded to a statement Brandon gave in which he praised GM and Ford for building electric vehicles in America but left Tesla completely out of the conversation, That evidently infuriated Elon and he responded by saying “Starts with a T, Ends with an A, ESL in the middle.” Watch Brandon’s speech and check out Elon’s response here:

But, like Trump, Elon isn’t one to pull punches. Rather, he continued the Twitter tirade, saying both that Biden is treating the populace like fools and is a “damp sock puppet”:

RT, reporting on the Twitter spat and Musk’s fury over Brandon leaving his company out, notes that:

Amateur fact-checkers pounced on the thread to back up Musk, posting data that shows Tesla’s Model Y and Model 3 were by far the top-selling electric vehicles in the US – and both made domestically. 

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GM’s Bolt came in at a distant fourth place in 2021, with Ford’s Mustang Mach-E beating it out for third place, according to Car & Driver.

In a video with Barra, Biden wrote that “companies like GM and Ford are building more electric vehicles here at home than ever before,” while Barra announced a $7 billion investment in Michigan along with a battery cell plant to be opened in the US. 

At least some of Ford’s electric vehicles are manufactured in Mexico, not the US. Last year, the United Auto Workers union said Ford “put corporate greed and more potential profits over American jobs” with a plan to build a new electric model in Mexico, rather than in Ohio. 

Nor is Brandon’s take on electric vehicles the only issue of note Elon has waded into on Twitter recently. As ZeroHedge notes:

Musk hasn’t been shy in making his political stance known over the last year or two. Hours before this exchange with Biden, Musk urged Canadian truckers and those support the anti-vaccine mandate in Canada to “vote them out”, referring to the country’s liberal political leaders.

“If you scare people enough, they will demand removal of freedom. This is the path to tyranny,” Musk wrote. “Canadian truckers rule.”

Musk has previously said that the unvaccinated are “taking a risk, but people do risky things all the time.”

“I believe we’ve got to watch out for the erosion of freedom in America,” he commented to Time last year. 

Elon might not always tell the exact truth about how things are going with his companies, might be pumping up Dogecoin, and certainly isn’t a traditional family man. But he’s a visionary that knows how to hit the incompetent elites where it hurts, as shown by his recent Twitter posts.

By: Gen Z Conservative, editor of Follow me on Parler and Gettr.