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Elon Musk calls stay-at-home order ‘fascist’ during Tesla earnings call

Elon Musk more to say about social distancing measures even after he rage-tweeted on the topic Wednesday morning.

Tesla’s first quarter earnings call Wednesday afternoon started with prepared marks from CEO Elon Musk that noticeably and awkwardly avoided mentioning coronavirus or anything about the pandemic.

But as the call progressed, Musk’s true feelings about shelter-in-place requirements, like those in the Bay Area that are keeping his Fremont, California car plant shut down until at least June, surfaced. He could barely contain himself as he used profanity to describe his thoughts on shelter-in-place efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.  Read more…

 

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