Elon Musk is having a rough 24 hours, and if his Twitter followers don’t like it, then they can just get bent.
The Tesla CEO made waves late last night for a bizarre rant about “freedom,” only to completely melt down during a Wednesday Tesla earnings call when asked about Bay Area shelter-in-place orders.
Musk’s appetite for self-righteousness apparently wasn’t sated, however, and following the call he hopped on Twitter to tell his 33.4 million followers that if they didn’t like his misrepresentation of facts then they should get lost.
Notably, Musk claimed incorrectly (among other things) that Bay Area officials are “forcibly imprisoning people in their homes.” To be clear, they are not. Read more…