Musk says he will change party in the next election – RT World News

Billionaire Entrepreneur Says He’s Ready to Cross the Corridor After Supporting Democrats ‘Irresistibly’ in the Past

Tesla founder Elon Musk has said he will vote for Republican candidates in the next election, insisting he sees himself as a political moderate and has never backed the GOP, saying he can no longer side with Democrats.

Speaking practically at an event hosted by All-In Podcast in Miami this week, the South African-born tech billionaire dispelled concerns that the amount of effort he was making to buy Twitter “Right-wing occupation” But he also hinted at his choice of future vote.

“I would classify myself as moderate, not Republican or Democrat. And indeed, I have historically voted overwhelmingly for the Democrats. I probably never voted for a Republican, just to be clear. “ He added, “Now this election, I will” Draw smiles from the crowd.

Musk argued that his bid was to buy the huge social media platform for 44 billion “Some right-wing occupiers, not some left-wing occupiers, may be intimidated.” Call it instead “Occupy a moderate wing,” And a “An effort to ensure that people of all political persuasions are welcome in Digital Town Square.” He is currently on Twitter “Too far-left bias.”

While it’s not clear if Tesla and SpaceX chiefs are referring to the upcoming midterm elections scheduled for November or the 2024 presidential race, he did say that the Democratic Party is now “Excessively controlled by unions and lawyers in the judiciary.”

“Generally, if you see something that is not in the interests of the Democrats, it is because of the unions – another form of monopoly – and for the lawyers of justice.” Musk said President Joe Biden is making the claim himself “Too many captives by the unions.”

Mask’s plans to buy Twitter may have been thwarted in recent days, although the promoter said the deal was “Temporarily Hold” The platform’s total user base last Friday due to a dispute over how many bots and spam accounts are created. Although Twitter claims that such accounts account for less than 5% of the total, Musk called for a more detailed audit.

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