Musk Fires Back at the Haters in Brilliant Fashion!

Actress Alyssa Milano was put on blast this week after she tweeted she’s swapping out her Tesla for a Volkswagen, claiming the former to have been founded by a Nazi, referring to Elon Musk.

Much to the dismay of Milano though, Twitter proved once again they’re experts at fact-checking the libs. A series of conservative figures and Musk himself were quick to point out that VW had strong ties to the ACTUAL Nazi party during its early days.

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The Hodge Twins quote retweeted her, informing Milano that her beloved VW was literally founded by Nazis and Hitler, fetching a crying laughing emoji out of Musk.

The New Hampshire Libertarian Party, aptly named “Lulz,” joined in on the public humiliation of the actress, sharing several facts about Volkswagen’s beginnings as a state-sponsored company during Hitler’s reign in Germany.

Others didn’t hold their punches either. Soon enough, the entirety of Twitter was poking fun at Milano’s poor knowledge of WW2 history, as well as her loose definitions of white supremacy and “Nazi” behavior.

This isn’t anything new from the actress. She was an avid Trump critic during his term in office, telling him to turn all of his hotels into hospitals during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Milano’s social media representatives refused to respond to the requests for comment after the event unfolded, but seeing as she was publicly educated on the world’s biggest online platform, it’s somewhat fitting.

The tweet she’d posted implies that Milano somehow found a way to return her Tesla as a direct response to Musk’s acquisition of Twitter and the unbans that followed, one of which was Donald Trump, who was formerly banned on Twitter.

Others included Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene and several other conservative figures, leading the left to believe Musk has a bias towards the right, even though he’s stated on numerous occasions that he’s impartial.

However, Musk didn’t decide to unban Trump on his own, but rather through a poll he conducted on his account. After running this poll, Musk found out that the majority of the remaining Twitter users actually want Trump back on the platform.

Following his decision, he tweeted that the people have spoken, quoting the Whig tract of 1709 and saying “Vox Populi, Vox Dei” which translates to “The voice of people is the voice of God.”

This only goes to show that Musk is willing to promote actual democracy on his platform, and it’s been smooth sailing ever since he took over; although there are bound to be thousands more haters popping up in the near future.

This article appeared in The Record Daily and has been published here with permission.