Elon Musk has always voted for Democrats ever since he became a citizen of the United States even though he is a registered independent. But, now all of that has changed as he sees what the Democrats have been doing ever since Joe Biden has been in the Oval Office. He has now sent a message to his fellow independents urging them to vote Republican in tomorrow’s election. Hopefully, they will listen to him and vote for the party that still loves America.
In an interview on the “All-In Podcast,” Musk explained that he does not consider himself a Democrat or a Republican and that he is a moderate. But, the Democrats no longer allow moderates in their ranks which is how Pelosi lost the gavel her first time around when the party purged 38 “moderate” House members who had gone along with Obamacare. This is the same thing that has driven Elon Musk from the Democratic Party.
“I have voted overwhelmingly for Democrats, historically. Like, I’m not sure. I might never have voted for a Republican, just to be clear. Now this election, I will.”
“This administration doesn’t seem to get a lot done. The Trump administration, leaving Trump aside, there were a lot of people in the administration who were effective at getting things done.”
“It’s hard to tell what Biden’s doing, to be frank. The real president is whoever controls the teleprompter. The path to power is the path to the teleprompter.”
“If someone were to accidentally lean on the teleprompter, it would be like ‘Anchorman’ — ‘UUASDF123.,”
“Shared power curbs the worst excesses of both parties, therefore I recommend voting for a Republican Congress, given that the Presidency is Democratic,” Musk wrote in a tweet Monday.
In a follow-up tweet, the billionaire added, “Hardcore Democrats or Republicans never vote for the other side, so independent voters are the ones who actually decide who’s in charge!”
Musk tweeted in April that the platform must be politically neutral in order to maintain the public’s trust. But in recent days Musk has hit back at many of his critics on Twitter, including progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and replied favorably to numerous prominent conservative media figures.
A sizable group of Republicans have worked with Democrats to rein in the power of the largest tech firms through new competition laws, but others are still skeptical and prefer to focus on issues of content moderation and alleged censorship of conservative viewpoints. Democrats’ approach to content moderation issues is largely at odds with that of Republicans, which would make it hard to pass laws on that issue in a closely divided Congress.