Elon Musk


Put Up Or Shut Up

This post is for Americans who are disgusted with our leaders and the way our country is being run. It’s time for you to put up or shut up.

You’re either going to be for George Soros and Media Matters.


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George Soros, Significant influence in global financial markets and his active role in funding various political and social causes around the world.

Soros is often accused of using his wealth to manipulate financial markets for personal gain or to influence global economies.

Soros uses his wealth to exert outsized influence on politics, particularly in the United States and Europe, often alleging that he is behind progressive political movements and policies.

Soros is involved in orchestrating social and cultural changes, often linked to his support for liberal and progressive causes.

A more extreme view posits that Soros is part of a global elite seeking to control world affairs, sometimes linked to antisemitic theories about Jewish control of global finance and politics.

Media Matters is an arm of the Democratic Party a tool for liberal politicians. David Brock is using Media Matters to wage a partisan war against conservatives.

George Soros has been a donor to Media Matters. Soros is using the organization as a vehicle for his own alleged agenda to influence American politics and media. Soros and other donors are controlling the organization’s targets and strategies.

Media Matters aims to control the media narrative and suppress conservative viewpoints. the organization works behind the scenes to de-platform conservative media figures and to influence media outlets and advertisers.

Media Matters often publishes content that is critical of conservative media personalities. These critiques are not just independent analyses but part of a coordinated effort to undermine conservative voices in the media.

There are claims that Media Matters works in conjunction with social media and tech companies to promote liberal viewpoints and censor conservative content.

George Soros, the billionaire investor has a connection with Media Matters through his philanthropic activities.

Soros has been a financial supporter of Media Matters. In 2010, it was widely reported that Soros had donated $1 million to Media Matters, MARKING HIS FIRST SUBSTANTIAL CONTRIBUTION TO THE ORGANIZATION.

Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, Inc., SpaceX, and other high-profile companies, has made significant contributions to mitigating climate change, primarily through his work with electric vehicles and renewable energy. His efforts, while largely driven by business interests, have nonetheless had a significant impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions and promoting sustainable technologies.

One of the keyways Musk has contributed to the fight against climate change is through Tesla. When he became involved with the company in 2004, electric cars were widely seen as a niche product, lacking the power, range, and convenience of their gasoline-powered counterparts. Under Musk’s leadership, Tesla has revolutionized the auto industry by producing electric cars that are not only viable for everyday use but also desirable. By proving that electric cars can be both functional and stylish, Tesla has played a critical role in making them a mainstream option, helping to reduce reliance on fossil fuels.

In addition to electric vehicles, Musk has also made significant contributions in the area of renewable energy. In 2016, Tesla acquired SolarCity, a leading provider of solar energy services in the United States. Since then, the company has continued to innovate in this space, developing products like the Powerwall, a rechargeable home battery system that stores solar power for home use, and the Solar Roof, which integrates solar power generation directly into roofing tiles. These products are helping to make solar power a more accessible and practical choice for households.

SpaceX, another one of Musk’s companies, is also making indirect contributions to mitigating climate change. While space exploration itself doesn’t directly address climate change, the reusable rocket technology that SpaceX is pioneering has the potential to significantly reduce the carbon footprint of space travel. Moreover, Musk has stated that one of his goals for SpaceX is to make life multiplanetary, in part as a hedge against the potential impacts of climate change on Earth.

Lastly, Musk has also used his significant wealth to directly incentivize climate solutions. In 2021, he announced that he would donate $100 million for a prize for the best carbon capture technology. While this is a relatively new development, it represents a significant investment in technologies that could play a crucial role in reducing global carbon dioxide levels. Overall, while Musk’s contributions are not without controversy, they have undeniably helped to accelerate the transition towards a more sustainable future.

Joe Biden, the 46th President of the United States, has made climate change and the shift towards renewable energy a cornerstone of his administration. His plan includes a significant focus on electric vehicles (EVs), aiming to convert the government’s fleet to EVs and build 500,000 charging stations across the country. However, critics have pointed out that Biden’s approach to the EV industry appears to favor traditional auto manufacturers, notably leaving out Tesla, the world’s most valuable car company and a leader in the electric vehicle market.

The controversy became more apparent when Biden announced his ambitious plan for electric vehicles in January 2021, pledging to replace the government’s fleet with American-made electric vehicles. When announcing this plan, Biden referred to a future where “the future is made in all of America by all of America’s workers,” referencing General Motors, Ford, and not mentioning Tesla, the leading electric vehicle manufacturer in the U.S. and indeed the world.

Again, during a virtual tour of an electric bus factory in April 2021, Biden failed to mention Tesla while praising other automakers like GM and Ford for their EV efforts. His plan for electric vehicle adoption seems to favor traditional auto manufacturers that are part of the powerful United Auto Workers union, a key political constituency for Biden.

Elon Musk, Tesla’s CEO, expressed his disappointment over this oversight in a tweet. He pointed out that Tesla, which produced nearly half a million electric vehicles in 2020, was not only the largest electric vehicle manufacturer in the U.S. but also the only one to have fully repaid its government loan from the Department of Energy ahead of schedule.

Tesla’s exclusion from these discussions is particularly notable given the company’s role in popularizing electric vehicles. Since its founding in 2003, Tesla has pushed the boundaries of what electric cars can do, proving that they can be as powerful, practical, and desirable as gasoline-powered vehicles. This has played a key role in catalyzing the auto industry’s shift towards electric vehicles.

However, despite these oversights, Tesla continues to thrive. The company has seen exponential growth in recent years, becoming the most valuable automaker in the world. Its influence extends beyond just electric vehicles; Tesla is also a leader in battery technology, autonomous vehicles, and solar energy, making it a critical player in the shift towards a more sustainable economy.

In conclusion, while Joe Biden’s administration has omitted Tesla from its public discussions around electric vehicles, this hasn’t stopped the company from continuing to lead in this sector. As the world moves towards greater electric vehicle adoption, the role of Tesla and Elon Musk in this transition cannot be underestimated. Despite the lack of governmental acknowledgment, their contributions to advancing electric vehicle technology and infrastructure are undeniable.

These are my opinions Norman Bliss. If you don’t like them. Go **** yourself.


Here is a list of companies pulling their ads from X in an attempt to blackmail Elon Musk

– Apple

– Disney

– Washington Post

– Paramount


– Marvel


– Sony Pictures


– The Colbert Show

– Comcast

– Lionsgate

– Warner Bros. Discovery


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