Elon Musk wants a presidential candidate for 2024 who isn’t ‘8000 years old,’ not Trump or Biden

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Inc., stated that President Joe Biden is erroneous in believing that he was chosen to “change the country” in May of last year.

‘Less Drama’

What Took Place: According to the businessman’s post, Biden won because “everyone just wanted less drama.”

Musk insisted that former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account should be reinstated even though he stated that he believes a “less polarizing candidate” would be preferable in 2024.

Billy Markus, the co-creator of Dogecoin DOGE/USD, responded to Musk by saying, “I simply want a few alternatives for candidates who aren’t crazy horrible… Is that asking too much? ”

“And also younger than 8000 years old,” Musk retorted.

Addressed Platform’s Prohibitions, Promised

Why It Matters: Last week, Musk, who is currently in charge of Twitter, addressed the platform’s prohibitions and promised to reinstate Trump.

The billionaire is apparently also under investigation by the federal government for allegedly breaking disclosure laws after acquiring a sizable stake in the microblogging platform.

Trump’s account being reinstated has Musk’s support, according to Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey, who also called the former president’s suspension during Dorsey’s tenure as CEO a “business decision.”

Musk, who has previously referred to Biden as a “damp [sock] puppet in human form,” met with the administration’s officials last month along with other car leaders after being repeatedly ignored by the Biden administration.

Other Reports, Elon Musk

Musk reportedly compared government actions to fight the COVID-19 epidemic to “the route to dictatorship” and stated that governments that place too many limitations on their citizens should be removed from office.

The Tesla CEO also tweeted, “Canadian truckers dominate,” in support of Canadian truckers who are opposing a federal vaccination requirement for cross-border truck drivers.

The U.S. government adopted the Canadian government’s vaccination mandate, which began on January 15 and required Canadian truckers to be immunized.

The truckers, who claim that the requirement conflicts with personal freedom, have organized convoys and are traveling to Ottawa for a weekend protest.

Musk has already expressed his opposition to COVID-19 vaccination requirements and limits.

Musk had called the stay-at-home orders implemented that year in response to the coronavirus epidemic “fascist” on a quarterly earnings call in 2020.

The most terrifying aspect of the epidemic, according to Musk’s tweet “Free America Now,” was not the virus itself, but rather how readily Americans “hand away their blood paid freedom to corrupt politicians who promise them protection.”