After Elon Musk bought Twitter, radical leftists continued their insane and twisted attacks on the Tesla CEO.
Musk has ended the total stifling of conservatives on social media that Big Tech CEOs previously exercised.
Influential conservative voices like Jordan Peterson and the well-known Christian satire news site The Babylon Bee are just two instances of accounts that were victimized by pre-Musk Twitter’s abuses. The billionaire has reversed the platform’s prohibitions on them.
Leftists seem to be so unhappy over losing this powerful platform that Massachusetts Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren has decided to criticize Elon Musk’s role at Tesla.
According to CNBC, the disqualified 2020 presidential candidate wrote to Tesla’s board chairwoman, Robyn Denholm, on Sunday to imply Musk might have broken the law since buying Twitter and the board should take action to rein him in.
According to the report, Warren stated in the letter that ″[E]very Board of Directors of a company with multiple shareholders – especially publicly traded companies – is responsible for ensuring that a controlling shareholder (especially one who is also a Chief Executive Officer, or CEO) does not treat the company as a private plaything.”
Warren apparently did not consider Twitter to be a “private plaything” when individuals like former CEO Jack Dorsey and former head legal officer Vijaya Gadde punished Donald Trump for life and hid information about Hunter Biden’s damning laptop before the 2020 election.
Additionally, according to Warren, Musk’s purchase of Twitter “raised questions about possible violations of securities or other laws, including whether Mr. Musk is funneling Tesla resources into Twitter, a potentially ‘improper diversion of resources that might impact Tesla’s sales and earnings’ and could result in ‘delays in programs at Tesla,’” according to CNBC.
In an effort to create the impression that he might be hurting Tesla and its shareholders, the left-wing senator also strongly suggested an unsupported “direct link” between his acquisition of the social media site and the recent decline in Tesla’s stock price.
Musk did not hold back while responding to Warren on Twitter.
The United States has definitely been harmed by having her as a senator lol
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) December 20, 2022
Additionally, Warren asserted that Musk’s control over the social networking site results in “unavoidable conflicts of interest.”
The senator has tried using this strategy against someone on the opposite side of the political spectrum before.
More on this story via The Western Journal:
In 2017, Warren spearheaded the “Presidential Conflicts of Interest Act,” a ridiculous attempt to require then-President Donald Trump to “divest his business holdings in order to avoid conflicts of interest while serving in the White House, according to HuffPost.
The bill was introduced again in 2019, but it never went anywhere.
Speaking of conflicts, Warren was all too happy to accept lobbyist money for her Senate campaigns, but she changed her tune when she ran for president. CONTINUE READING…