«Proof that being rich doesn’t make you smart»: Users criticize Musk after tweet about «Biden’s mistake»

Published: 14 May 2022 15:04 GMT

«Biden’s mistake is that he thinks he was elected to transform the country, but in reality everyone just wanted less drama,» the businessman wrote.

Users lashed out en masse at billionaire Elon Musk’s tweet claiming current US President Joe Biden was wrong to think the nation needs drastic change.

«Biden’s mistake is that he thinks he was elected to transform the country, but really everyone just wanted less drama,» Musk said Thursday.

Although the tweet has already harvested more than 990,000 ‘likes’ and has supporting comments, to many of the liberal-leaning users they didn’t like itFox News estimated. Some parodied the post, referencing Musk’s Twitter buyout process, temporarily suspended this Friday.

What is «Elon’s mistake»?

«Elon’s mistake is that he thinks ‘the chosen one’ to transform Twitter, but really everyone just wanted more drama,» said Kara Swisher, opinion writer for The New York Times.

Comedian Walter Masterson went further: «Joe Biden’s center-right platforms may seem too left to a billionaire fascistMeanwhile, British BBC journalist Anthony Davis reproached Musk for his lack of insight.where is the intellect in this tweet? Proof that being rich doesn’t make you smart,» she asserted.

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«Wow, thanks for telling us what ‘everyone’ wants… But don’t you have other things to do? I mean, if you have free time and all that money, how about you?»why don’t you feed the poorDo you pay off any college loan debt, invest in education, or something more useful?» journalist Brian Karem attacked.

Meanwhile, the director of staff for former New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, Lindsey Boylan, noted that Musk’s «mistake» lies in his thinking that everyone needs «his vision of politics and life.» «Limit your computers inside car bodies.» cars financed with subsidies from the same governments you lash out at«, he advised, alluding to Tesla’s electric cars.