Elon Musk laughs off MSNBC's effort to smear him amid feud with Senator Warren

"Joy Reid is a lobbyist for Sen Karen."

Nick Monroe Cleveland Ohio

Elon Musk is pressing for answers amidst the lingering questions about homophonic remarks from MSNBC host Joy Reid, as the host herself enters herself into the ongoing feud between Musk and Elizabeth Warren.

In case you missed it on Wednesday night, Joy Reid of MSNBC felt compelled to slam TIME magazine’s person of the year, Elon Musk, for calling Elizabeth Warren "Senator Karen." Reid had Warren on her show to gossip about Musk and assert he was "misappropriating black vernacular for misogynistic purposes."

"Joy Reid is a lobbyist for Sen Karen," Musk quipped earlier on Thursday. Then he brought attention to the fact that Joy Reid’s blog being "hacked" remains an unsolved crime.

Elsewhere, Elon shared his grief about how the Democrats are attacking him despite the billionaire’s relentless pursuit to tackle the issue of climate change. He called Warren a hypocrite for the big picture discrepancy on the billions of USD paid in taxes between himself in contrast to what Warren has had to pony up.

The Financial Times also recently crowned Musk the person of the year at their publication. The eccentric billionaire is a fan of the "Dilbert" comic strip, the Babylon Bee, and a games media outlet called Niche Gamer.

In accepting the TIME honor, Elon Musk came out against forced vaccinations in his interview with the outlet.


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