Elon Musk is obviously longing for those holidays when America really had a president received him. You know, the kind of pro-business big man who’s not afraid to tell the AFL-CIO to fuck things up? Of course, this is it no an appropriate description of our current POTUS, with which Musk does not seem to be in step.
Yes, not long after leisurely dissing President Biden on Twitter, Tesla’s CEO repeated this – this time during an interview in Code Conference in Beverly Hills, California, where he claimed the new administration was “biased” toward his company and that it was (* sigh *) “under union control.”
Musk seems to be in pain after not being invited to the recent White House summit on electric vehicles. Bidenov 5 August meeting included Ford and General Motors, as well as a newly formed carmaker Stellantis, but significantly failed to send RSVP to Tesla, despite the fact that the company allegedly produces the largest amount of electric vehicles on the planet.
Relevant, that was mostly the case interpreted that Musk was overthrown because of his company’s open stance against labor. Indeed, when the director of Tesla is not rejection he witnessed attempts at union organizing in his ranks to justify oneself which is why company workers are injured so often or, perhaps, in violation of labor laws by tweeting. Tthose are the other three companies that were invited to the August EV The summit is “the largest employers of United Auto Workers”, WH spokesman Jen Psaki he said, in that time.
When asked about Biden this week, Musk it sounded off about the whole thing: “(They) never once mentioned Tesla and praised GM and Ford for leading the EV revolution. Does that sound a bit biased? ”Musk said at a conference in California. “It doesn’t seem to be the kindest union-controlled administration.”
Yes, what a pity to have a president who isn’t exclusively concerned about a few rich and, hah, why can’t we just have an administration that hates organized work and loves Elon Musk?
In fact, it sounds a lot like the previous administration, the White House that everyone knows waspro-business, ” against the union,, plutocratic a mess that was dead furnished about the sale any part of the government that was not nailed down. When asked at the Code conference whether he wanted President Trump back, Musk’s answer was “no …”, with no real elaboration.
But, eh, I don’t know. Like two billionaires who are mostly used to treating their workers as shit, you would think that former President Trump and Elon would have a decent amount together. At the very least, the two seemed to have hung out a lot in the last four years, starting shortly after Trump’s victory in 2016, when Musk went to Washington to attend meeting between the then newly elected president and the biggest technological names, after which he would be appointed for several WH business advisory councils. He would meet with Trump again, i again, and by 2020, two billionaires were increasingly looking things in the eye, s Political noting that both men had “much in common.”
Trump also had nothing but nice things to say about Musk, he famously praised the work of Tesla’s CEO on SpaceX, noting that he “works well in rockets”, comparing him to Thomas Edison. According to Trump, Elon is: “one of our very smart people,” “one of our great geniuses.” In fact, he is said all this:
“You know, we have to protect Thomas Edison and we have to protect all these people who originally came up with the light bulb, the wheel and all that stuff. And he is one of our very smart people and we want to appreciate those people … ”
Ahh, yes. The classic presidential rhetoric of 2020. I almost miss it. But not as much as Elon seems to be missing.
Suffice it to say that Musk and Biden don’t seem to have the same spark – potentially because Biden has some lower affinity for organized work and doesn’t have to spend hours thinking fantastically about how great Musk is. Maybe that’s okay.
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