The world’s riches man Elon Musk called out Hillary Clinton and her legal team for orchestrating a massive “hoax” on the American people.
Musk was responding to Congressman Jim Jordan, who was pointing out facts revealed during the trial of Clinton attorney Michael Sussman over his lying to the FBI. Jordan tweeted about the connections between the Steel Dossier and former Perkins Coie attorney Sussman.
Rep Jordan’s tweet read, “Christopher Steele created the dossier. Glenn Simpson sold it to the press. Michael Sussman took it to the FBI. And Democrats and the media lied to you about it all.”
Elon responded to Jim Jordan with his own tweet, saying he completely agrees before declaring the Steele dossier a “hoax”, echoing the sentiments of former President Trump. Musk said, “All true. Bet most people still don’t know that a Clinton campaign lawyer, using campaign funds, created an elaborate hoax about Trump and Russia. Makes you wonder what else is fake.”
Elon Musk has been quickly moving into the Republican political sphere in recent months. He made a deal to buy out Twitter, which he described as being him “owning libs”. He then immediately began backing the notion that Republicans were being censored, which led to Twitter allowing a handful of conservatives back on the site.
He even declared he would restore former President Trump’s account access with over 80 million followers, despite acknowledging Trump would likely stay away to promote the alternative social media website Truth Social.
Elon then officially declared during an interview last week his intention to dump the Democrat party in favor of Republicans in 2022.
He later clarified that he had previously voted with Democrats, viewing them as the more compassionate party, but believes now they stand for hate. Musk also suggested he was willing to throw his weight behind a Republican presidential candidate in 2024 but only if that candidate is not former President Donald Trump.
It’s no big surprise that Elon is moving Republican, especially since the left has become violently anti-capitalist in recent years. Do you think he wants to become the most powerful donor in the Republican party or do you believe he plans to run for office himself?