Elon Musk: I Am Selling Almost All Physical Possessions

Elon Musk: I Am Selling Almost All Physical Possessions

Elon Musk, on Friday, tweeted that he would be selling almost all his possessions, and will own no house. This bizarre tweet was followed by many of his other tweets, criticizing the imposed lockdown by the government, lately.

In his tweet, he demanded the government to free America by giving their freedom back.

Elon Musk who is the SpaceX CEO and co-founder of Tesla wrote lyrics from “The Star-Spangled Banner“- “and the rocket’s red glare, the bombs bursting in air” after demanding freedom for Americans.

Musk’s tweets appear to be a response to shelter-at-home orders placed by the govt thanks to the coronavirus pandemic.

Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, Texas has been reopening its business with limited capacity landmark has tweeted in support of this step. On Thursday, he also tweeted a piece of writing from Capitol Hill, “The data is in—stop the panic and end the entire isolation.”

Although Musk had demanded freedom, he had also tweeted that with care, and protection everything must be reopened. He further said that he just doesn’t support putting “everyone under de facto confinement .”

Elon Musk: I Am Selling Almost All Physical Possessions

Musk was also critical of state agencies’ handling of, the way information is being kept regarding the virus. Sharing a clip, from the NY Post during which Dr. Deborah Birx said that COVID-diagnosed patients who die, albeit it’s from something sort of a kidney issue or heart problem, are being recorded as coronavirus deaths. Musk said that the classification is a lie and is misleading the general public.

He also tweeted a chart with data comparing single bed occupancy predictions with data from the California Health and Human Services Agency. He wrote that Californian hospital is half empty during this time. Tweeting a screenshot of a mistake message he received trying to access the CHHS website, he quipped that “Maybe it’s COVID.”

Musk skilled a tweet from Ross Gerber, co-founder, president, and CEO of Gerber Kawasaki Wealth and Investment Management, who explained that Musk was concerned about his workers’ financial security and that he just wants people to get back to figure safely, to which Musk replied, “Exactly.”

Musk skilled one Twitter user who defended the billionaire to which he wrote, “How cheaply freedom is sold.”

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