Here’s Elon Musk’s Response When Asked About Potential FBI Raids

Here’s Elon Musk’s Response When Asked About Potential FBI Raids

Elon Musk continued his attack on Biden’s corrupt FBI.

Journalist Matt Taibbi released part 6, dubbed Twitter, The FBI Subsidiary, on Friday.

The latest release from Twitter on their private communications reveals the FBI communicated regularly with the social media giant to regulate, censor, and blacklist conservative voices in America.

FBI agents communicated regularly with Twitter brass and requested accounts be taken down and removed from the public forum. The Gateway Pundit was removed in February 2021.

The FBI frequently recommended that content moderators look into specific tweets and take action against them if they violated misinformation policies. Many of these tweets were from users with very low follower counts who had engaged in satire or humor.

The latest release also reveals that the FBI had 80 agents working “to identify alleged foreign influence and election tampering of all kinds.” And to target anyone questioning the 2020 election results.

The FBI on Friday released a statement following the damning Twitter Files release, via FOX News.

“The FBI regularly engages with private sector entities to provide information specific to identified foreign malign influence actors’ subversive, undeclared, covert, or criminal activities. Private sector entities independently make decisions about what, if any, action they take on their platforms and for their customers after the FBI has notified them.”

It was another arrogant statement that showed their utter contempt for the American public.

When asked on Friday night about the possibility of an FBI raid on Elon Musk, the billionaire responded that he does not own a home.

“I don’t have a home,” he said.

Another user asked him if he got rid of his Boxabl, a 375-square-foot ADU delivered with a full-size bathroom, kitchen, appliances, and tall ceilings with big windows.

“It’s rental,” Musk said.

Last year, the billionaire sold his 16,000-square-foot mansion in Hillsborough, California, a posh suburb of San Francisco located in Silicon Valley. The property sold for $30 million, after initially listing for $37.5 million, Mansion Global reported.

Early this year, Musk said in an interview with the non-profit organization TED  that he no longer owns a home and instead stays at friends’ houses.

“In fact, I don’t even own a home right now. I’m literally staying at friends’ places,” he said. “If I travel to the Bay Area, which is where most of Tesla engineering is, I basically rotate through friends’ spare bedrooms.”

(Article by Jim Hoft republished from TheGatewayPundit)

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