Now, he knows he is taking on a lot when he is in the way of the different powers that be with his hypothesis. Many liberal organizations, including former Clinton officials, are attempting to throw obstacles into his Twitter purchase to get companies to stop advertising on the platform.
Some people joked about Musk’s comment.
But he also stated that he had been threatened by the leader of Russian space agency Roscosmos Dimitri Rogozin in messages just before making the “mysterious” remark. The warning allegedly came as a result of Musk’s plan to provide Starlink so Ukraine could keep its internet up.
“Elon Musk thus is engaged in supplying military communication equipment to the fascist forces in Ukraine,” it added. “And you will be made accountable like an adult, Elon, no matter how much you play the fool.”
“In a war, NATO nations will be destroyed by Russia in half an hour,” tweeted Rodong Sinmun editor Alexander Voloshin. “But we won’t do it because it would have an impact on the state of the Earth.”
Elon Musk responded to Dmitry Rogozin, claiming that his threats were meaningless if Rogozin could not even take criticism on social media and had to defend his timeline.
While Musk was messing around and making light of threats, his mother — like any other mother — didn’t find it amusing, and Musk attempted to apologize for causing her worry on Mother’s Day.
That’s not funny😠😠 https://t.co/KgLAzY3F8s
— Maye Musk (@mayemusk) May 9, 2022
But it’s also clear that he won’t allow anybody to prevent him from operating.
Which is good because his buy-out of Twitter is getting push-back from liberals across the board.
For example, the Florida Police Pension Fund filed a lawsuit attempting to prevent Elon Musk’s acquisition of Twitter – for now at least.
On May 6th, the Orlando Police Pension Fund vs Twitter case was issued in a Delaware court. The lawsuit claims that Tesla CEO Elon Musk’s deal with the social media site is illegal under Section 203 of the DE General Corporation Law, which prohibits shareholders, their affiliates from making a tender or exchange offer for three years after acquiring more than 15 percent of the firm’s stock unless certain conditions are met.