Elon Musk: US Democrats are the “party of division and hate” – WELT

Elon Musk: US Democrats are the “party of division and hate” – WELT
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Elon Musk calls US Democrats a ‘party of hate’

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The billionaire railed against Democrats and “woke” culture and immediately suspected that because of these political statements, a “campaign of dirty tricks” would follow against him. In fact, the stock exchange regulator is investigating against him – but for completely different reasons.

TBillionaire Elon Musk wrote on Twitter on Wednesday that the US Democrats had become a “party of division and hatred”. That’s why he will vote for the Republicans in the future.

The 50-year-old boss of the electric car manufacturer Tesla also railed against the elite university Yale as “the epicenter of the intellectual woke virus that is trying to destroy civilization”. Musk said he used to vote for the Democrats “because they were (for the most part) the party of kindness.”

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Musk also wrote that a “dirty trick campaign” was now to be expected against him and suggested that it was linked to his political statements. In fact, there have been media reports for some time that the US Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating Musk’s current takeover attempt on Twitter.

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Among other things, he announced that he had reached the five percent participation mark eleven days later than required for his share purchases. That saved Musk money: By violating the rules, he was able to buy shares cheaper in eleven days, because when his entry on Twitter became public, the price immediately jumped up.

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Musk agreed with Twitter’s board of directors to acquire the online service for around $44 billion. In the past few days, however, he has accused Twitter of making false statements about the number of fake and bot accounts. That sent Twitter shares plummeting. So far it has been unclear whether Musk will now try to push the price down or prepare the ground for an exit from the deal.


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