“The bird is freed” (“The bird was freed” in French) tweeted, on October 28, the one who presents himself as a defender of freedom of expression. When you buy a company that has regularly lost a lot of money since its creation in 2006 against a check for 44 billion dollars, you have the right to express yourself freely.
Elon Musk has not asked permission from anyone to comment on this umpteenth acquisition. Author of a book-investigation on the serial entrepreneur of South African origin, Olivier Lascar, editor-in-chief of the digital division of Sciences et Avenir is perhaps, today, the French journalist who knows the new owner best. from Twitter.
“He has a political project”
Author of the book “Investigation of Elon Musk, the man who defies science”, Olivier Lascar did not succumb to “Muskomania” by immersing himself in the galaxy of the creator of Tesla or Space X: “The freedom of expression ends where his begins. Asked about the political ambitions of a man whom nothing, or not much, can resist, Olivier Lascar is surely not very far from the truth when he affirms that Elon Musk “has a political project” even “it is not to marry a political career himself” […] “In all of these businesses, Musk’s problem right now is less technological than legislative. »
He calls to vote for Trump
An analysis that takes on a new dimension in light of the message posted last night by Elon Musk on “his” Twitter account: “Power sharing limits the worst excesses, so I recommend voting for a Republican Congress, given that the presidency is a Democrat. When he tweets, he addresses no less than 114 million subscribers. They’re not all Americans, and when they are, they’re not all Trump fans, but this freely posted message is anything but futile. Little by little, the bird makes its nest.
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