Ryan E.
December 18, 2022

Elon Musk Takes On AOC

Elon Musk has been on a roll lately, and there's a trail of ruined liberal careers in his wake.

He's standing up to those who have wronged free speech in America, even if he has to do it one-by-one.

His next battle?

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortes.

AOC has had a big problem with Elon Musk suspending people from Twitter when they post his real-time location. As a billionaire and massive public figure, it simply isn't safe for Elon Musk's real-time location to be often available. There are too many people who would like to see harm come his way for that to happen.

Ocasio-Cortes doesn't seem to understand that. She is calling it "censorship" for Musk to restrict the people who have been posting his location on Twitter.

"They posted my exact real-time location, basically assassination coordinates, in (obvious) direct violation of Twitter terms of service," Musk said.

That's when Cortes told him to deal with the danger even though she would never tolerate it herself.

"You're a public figure. An extremely controversial and powerful one. I get feeling unsafe, but descending into abuse of power + erratically banning journalists only increases the intensity around you. Take a beat and lay off the proto-fascism. Maybe try putting down your phone."

"As someone who has been subject to real + dangerous plots, I do get it," AOC concluded. "I didn't have security and have experienced many scary incidents. In fact, many of the right-wing outlets you now elevate published photos of my home, car, etc. At a certain point you gotta disconnect."

Musk needed just two words to ruin her entire argument:

"You first."

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