Who Elon Musk Thinks Really Controls The Stock Market

Elon Musk likes to attack circles of power. It’s as if he’s on a mission.

Nothing seems to motivate him more than slapping a revered institution or icon. He seems to be committed to challenging all forms of representations of power.

During the past few weeks, the Techno King, as he’s known at Tesla  (TSLA) – Get Free Report, has lashed out at Anthony Fauci, the immunologist who was the face of America’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

This despite the risks that such an attack could backfire on Musk, and more specifically on some of his companies, like Tesla. The electric-vehicle leader’s customer base is made up largely of progressives, who in turn are often ardent defenders of Fauci.

But none of that has stopped Musk, who has said he wants Dr. Fauci prosecuted.

Via his Twitter microblogging platform, he even promised covid files that would denounce what he considers the totalitarianism of the health authorities as they responded to the pandemic. These covid files were also supposed to expose Dr. Fauci.

Musk then attacked the World Economic Forum, the last convention of which has just concluded in Davos, Switzerland. The billionaire accused the forum of acting like an unpopular world government. He has thus taken up the discourse of the anti-elite and anti-globalists of all political stripes.

“WEF is increasingly becoming an unelected world government that the people never asked for and don’t want,” the tech tycoon blasted out on Jan. 18.

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