GOP Rep Goes on CNN and Destroyed the Network's Fact-Checker Live On-Air
There's *ANOTHER* Disturbing Update on the Trump Assassination Attempt
Soundbite During the Biden Campaign Staff Call Shows They’re in Big Trouble
Florida Man Arrested for Threatening to Kill Trump and JD Vance
Would Jefferson Have Told You What Kind of Horse You Could Buy?
Our Precarious, Flabby Military and a Generation of Unhardy Americans
Biden’s NPA-A Announcement Jeopardizes U.S. Energy Security
End Small Business Tax to Make Main Street Great Again
Duty Drawback Example of Corporate Welfare
Joe Biden, American Lemon
Poverty Is Caused by the Dad Gap
Never Forget That Political Rhetoric Lives in the Realm of Hyperbole
MSNBC Attempts to Trick Viewers Into Thinking They Were at the RNC
Here's Where Most Voters Stand With JD Vance
Another Democrat Senator Tell Biden to Pack His Bags
Tipsheet

Elon Musk Calls Out the Washington Post for ‘Editorializing Again’

AP Photo/Chris Carlson, File

Billionaire founder of Tesla and SpaceX, Elon Musk, is calling out The Washington Post for again taking his comments out of context and editorializing while "reporting." 

Advertisement

In an article published by the paper over the weekend, Musk is accused of being stubborn with regulators and not taking safety standards seriously. 

"Safety experts and some of the former regulators who spoke with The Post raised concerns about 'Full Self-Driving' in particular because of its experimental nature. Tesla says the software is in 'beta,' meaning it is a pilot through which the company hopes to learn and improve its features for an eventual full release," the Post reported. 'Tesla and Musk did not respond to specific questions in a detailed request for comment. Musk said in an email, 'For the 100th time, please give my regards to your puppetmaster,' referring to Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, who owns The Washington Post. In a subsequent email, he also criticized The Post’s paywall for online articles."

Advertisement

One Twitter user was amused by what the Post published, prompting Musk to explain what he really said. 

Musk also made news over the weekend after criticizing Twitter for censorship and asked if a new social media platform is needed.

Sponsored

Join the conversation as a VIP Member

Recommended

Trending on Townhall Videos

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement