Elon Musk Goes Viral With Latest Announcement

In a series of tweets he published on Sunday night, Elon Musk made an enlightening announcement.

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The Tesla founder has been the focus of headlines since he began to push Twitter’s acquisition, and this has resulted in a great deal of negativity from liberals and their allies in the mainstream media.

But on Sunday night, Musk addressed the opposite issue, telling people to be happier and to stop spreading negative energy.

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“Tomorrow will be the first sunrise of the rest of ur life – make it what u want,” the billionaire said on his preferred social media platform, broadcasting his message to all of his 95.7 million followers over the weekend.

Even though Musk’s deal to purchase Twitter has not been approved yet, there are already a number of major changes taking place at the social media giant.

In a departure from the company’s board of directors, Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey has stepped down from his role.

“As we shared back in November, Jack would be leaving the Board when ‘his term expires at the 2022 meeting of stockholders,’” said a Twitter spokesperson in a statement.

Back in November, Dorsey announced he would step down as the company’s CEO and that Parag Agrawal, who had served as the company’s chief technical officer, would take his place.

Musk responded to this news by tweeting just four words to his followers: “Jack off the board.”

Musk appeared to be having some fun with his words on Thursday when his tweeted message about finding happiness went viral.

Musk said earlier this month that his deal with Twitter is not out of the question, provided the price is lowered.

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Speaking at the 2022 All-In Summit, Musk told the crowd that despite his company’s claims regarding spam accounts and fake accounts, he continues to express skepticism.

Originally, it had been reported that approximately 5% of Twitter is being used by fake accounts and bots, but this has been revised. Now there have been reports claiming that it could be closer to 20%, a situation Musk admitted was troubling.

At the All-In Summit, Musk said it “seems beyond unreasonable” that Twitter’s number of human accounts is near 95% without providing evidence.

“Does anyone have that experience?” Musk asked.

In a series of tweets posted Monday, Twitter CEO Parag Agrawal defended the company’s assessment that there are “well under 5%” of fake accounts and bots on the site.

Musk responded to Agrawal’s lengthy Twitter thread with a poop emoji, having some fun with it at the CEO’s expense.

The Tesla CEO has issued a warning to liberal politicians who have helped foster an unfriendly business environment in the Golden State, as well as allow a level of chaos on the streets to grow and thrive, wreaking havoc on residents and businesses.

In a somewhat cryptic message he posted to Twitter on the increasing issue, Musk wrote: “The Golden State is cooking its golden geese. Sooo tasty at first, but then no more golden eggs.”

In addition, he shared a story written by Matt Taibbi, in which he detailed the data and reports demonstrating how Democratic policies have driven the economy in California into a ditch.

It is clear Musk believes this given the fact that he moved Tesla’s headquarters from California to Texas.

Taibbi wrote, “The story also turns out to be in part about why California, which had a growth streak dating back to the gold rush, saw it broken in 2020, when the population shrank by 182,000, causing the first-ever loss of a congressional seat. More tellingly, over 265 companies moved their headquarters out between 2018 and 2021, with the rate of flight doubling just during those years.”

“Based on interviews with current and former executives, congressional and legislative sources from both parties, past and present employment regulators, a handful of public and private litigators with knowledge of the relevant cases, and review of thousands of excruciating pages of court records, here’s the background to sensational cases like Riot Games, Activision, and Tesla that no one told you about,” he added.

Toward the end of Barack Obama’s presidency, the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, or OFCCP, a labor investigatory arm, was asked to conduct a routine compliance review of Oracle, one of the world’s biggest software companies with over 130,000 employees.

OFCCP’s mandate includes promoting diversity and banning discrimination among federal contractors, and Obama’s vision included aggressively addressing the pay gap.

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Obama cited census statistics showing women earned just 77 cents for every dollar earned by men when establishing the “National Equal Pay Enforcement Task Force.”

“The pay gap no doubt existed, but Obama’s claim earned a whopping two Pinocchios from future fact-checking demigod Glenn Kessler at the Washington Post.

As Kessler pointed out, Obama is comparing apples with oranges, ignoring career and educational choices (men dominated the most lucrative majors like Petroleum and Metallurgical Engineering, while women dominated the least lucrative majors, like Studio Arts).

According to Kessler, a study by the St. Louis Federal Reserve found that when women and men with comparable educational backgrounds and working comparable jobs were compared, there was still a pay gap, but it was much smaller than “most think.”