Elon Musk embraces his inner edgelord as he points out how ‘crҽҽpү’ Anthony Fauci is

Fauci, the man who is literally The Science, has a New York Times profile that Elon finds “crҽҽpy.”

The first two paragraphs are all you need to know. It concerns how much Fauci enjoys looking at himself. “The walls in Dr. Anthony S. Fauci’s home office are adorned with portraits of him, drawn and painted by some of his many fans. The most striking one is by the singer Joan Baez…. Fauci seemed a little uncomfortable with people knowing about the pictures. He said that previously when they were captured on camera, the ‘far right’ attacked him as an ‘egomaniac.’ (Editor’s Note: Fact check TRUE) If someone goes to the trouble of sending him a portrait of himself, he said, he would ‘feel like I’m disrespecting them” if he discarded it.”

If you find it crҽҽpy for Anthony “the Scienece” Fauci, or any adult to have a room just of pictures of himself, you are not alone.

Since the news of his alleged purchasҽ of Twitter first surfaced, Elon has been channeling his inner edgelord. Musk is doing a fantastic job of finishing the year. making it a mission to disprove everything Tony “The Science” worshippers hold to be true. At a time, one sh*tposting meme.

Here’s the thing with Elon. His commitment to free speech is admirable. He has made Twitter fun again. And the traffic any post about his shenanigans drives to the website has increased my bourbon collection exponentially. HOWEVER, some of his tweets, to me at least, can fall between “trying too hard” and “saying sh*t just for the engagement.”

How much he means everything he tweets, I’m not sure. It’s a safe bet when it comes to what he believes on an issue-by-issue basis, he’s more WEF that he is CPAC. It would behoove my conservative colleagues to keep this in mind for when he starts saying stuff we disagree with. It’s going to happen sooner than later.

Until that time though, it’s all still entertaining AF. Revel in the content. We’ll worry about calling him a sellout when the time comes.

Bιllιonaire Elon Musk becomes the first person in history to lose $200 bιllιon

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is the second person, after Amazon boss Jeff Bezos, to accumulate a fortune of more than $200 bιllιon, but also the first person in history to lose $200 bιllιon.

According to Bloomberg, bιllιonaire Elon Musk’s fortune has now plummeted to $137 bιllιon after Tesla’s stock price plunged in recent weeks. Previously, this bιllιonaire’s fortune peaked at $340 bιllιon on November 4, 2021.

Despite continuously falling from the peak, but the CEO of Tesla remained the richest person in the world until he was surpassed by French brand magnate Bernard Arnault in early December 2022.

bιllιonaire Elon Musk’s fortune has skyrocketed during the easy money period of the pandemic. During that period, Tesla’s market capitalization also crossed the $1 trillion mark for the first time in October 2021, joining the trillion-dollar club with US technology giants such as Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, and Amazon. Alphabet (Google’s parent company).

However, now, Tesla’s dominant position in the field of electric vehicles is being shaken as many competitors have caught up. Recently, the famous American electric car company had to launch a rare discount program of up to $7,500 for its two highest-volume models. In addition, Tesla also had to reduce production at its Shanghai factory. The move comes amid concerns about dwindling demand as electric vehicle tax incentives emerge and the economy slows.

While the pressure on Tesla is growing, Mr. Musk is still preoccupied with Twitter, which he just bought for $ 44 bιllιon at the end of October 2022.

With Tesla’s share price down 65% in 2022, and he’s had to sell a lot of shares this year to pay for his Twitter acquisition, the Tesla stake is no longer Musk’s biggest asset.

According to Bloomberg, his Tesla stake is now worth about $44 bιllιon (not including options worth about $27.8 bιllιon). Meanwhile, according to a recent filing, Musk now owns a 42.2% stake in SpaceX, worth about $44.8 bιllιon.

For his part, Mr. Musk has dismissed concerns about Tesla and repeatedly blamed the US Federal Reserve (Fed) for raising interest rates too quickly.

He also warned of the dangers of borrowing money amid market p.a.n.i.c. “I strongly advise people not to borrow on margin in today’s volatile stock market, and instead hoard cash,” he said.