Elon Musk Shreds New York Times Over Their Description Of Him, Points Out Their Checkered Past

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(RT) World’s richest man Elon Musk has hit back at the New York Times after it ran an article on Wednesday accusing him of acting as a “geopolitical chaos agent” critiquing his involvement in thorny matters in Ukraine, Iran, and China.

In a series of tweets, the billionaire mocked the Times’ understanding of current events – and space flight ​​– comparing the outlet negatively to Twitter, the social media platform he is poised to acquire by the end of the week.



Substituting “the New York Times” for his name, the SpaceX CEO paraphrased the opening lines of the article, which claimed that while his involvement in “some of the world’s most combustible conflicts” had “been a boon” in some cases, it had “also caused problems.” Hammering his point home, he attributed the flipped narrative to “unnamed sources close to the matter who wish to remain anonymous.”





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