AOC Tells Elon Musk To ‘Lay Off The Proto-Fascism’ in New Twitter Spat
- On Thursday night, Elon Musk got into another Twitter dispute with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez.
- She advised Musk to “lay aside the proto-fascism”, and to try putting down his smartphone.
- In response, Musk tweeted: “You first lol.”
Elon Musk is engaged in another Twitter spat with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez
Ocasio-Cortez tweeted a responseMusk’s explanation.
“You’re a public person. A controversial and powerful figure. Ocasio Cortez wrote, “I get unsafe feelings, but descending into abuses of power + erratically banking journalists only increases the intensity around,”
“Take a step back and put aside the proto-fascism. She suggested that you might put down your phone.
The congresswoman stated that she understands Musk’s motivations and that she too has been “subjected to real + deadly plots”.
She tweeted that “I didn’t have security” and had been subject to many frightening incidents. “In fact, many right-wing outlets that you now elevate published photos my home, car, etc. At a certain point you gotta disconnect.”
Some 20 minutes later, Musk tweetedHis response was: “You first lol.”
Musk is also available allegedOn Thursday, the suspended journalists posted his real-time position online. They called them “basically assassination coordonnées.” Insider could not independently verify that the journalists had posted the coordinates to their accounts.
Among those whose accounts were suspendedCNN’s news stories Donie O’SullivanThe Washington Post. Drew HarwellThe New York Times Ryan Mac, as well as independent journalists Aaron Rupar, Keith Olbermann, Tony Webster.
Musk and Ocasio Cortez have had many heated exchanges on Twitter. In April, Ocasio-Cortez called Musk a “billionaire with an ego problem“Who bought Twitter only because Tucker Carlson or Peter Tiel took him out to dinner and made him feel special.” Musk responded. tweeted: “Stop shaming me, I am really shy.”
In November, Ocasio-Cortez hit out at MuskFor “trying to convince people that free speech is a $8/mo subscription,” referring to the billionaire’s plan to charge Twitter subscribers a premium to verify their identity.
Musk replied to the congresswoman tweet, saying: “Your feedback is appreciated, now pay $8.”
Ocasio-Cortez also responded to Musk’s November reaction. public pollOn whether the Twitter account of former President Donald Trump should remain active.
“Idk, man, last time that he was there this platform was used for inciting an insurrection. Numerous people died, the Vice President was almost assassinated and hundreds were hurt but I guess that’s too much for you to answer my question. In a tweet, Ocasio Cortez stated that Twitter poll it was. responseMusk.
Musk and OcasioCortez didn’t immediately respond to Insider’s requests for comment.
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