Elizabeth Warren Fires Back At Elon Musk For Having ‘Very Thin Skin’ After He Calls Her ‘Senator Karen’

Far-left Senator Elizabeth Warren kept up her war of words with Tesla CEO Elon Musk, calling him “the world’s richest freeloader” who “evidently has a very thin skin.”

Warren made the comments in an interview with MSNBC’s Joy Reid – who also insinuated the Musk referring to Warren as “Senator Karen” was racist. It’s also sexist.

The world’s richest slap fight began when Warren attacked Musk as a “freeloader.”

Musk responded with some tweets.

“You remind me of when I was a kid and my friend’s angry Mom would just randomly yell at everyone for no reason,” Musk replied. “Please don’t call the manager on me, Senator Karen.”

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Elizabeth Warren V. Elon Musk

Warren met Reid Wednesday night to talk about Musk’s comments.

Reid led the conversation by calling Musk “the absolute worst,” and insinuating that using the insult “Karen” was racist.


She then referenced a ProPublica report, saying: “Its investigation found that in 2018, Musk paid nothing in federal income taxes, and less than $70,000 in 2015 and 2017.”

Reid neglected context.

The Hill, for example, adds that Musk pays less in taxes because he doesn’t take a salary from his company but instead funds projects through loans against the firm’s shares.

They add that Musk is “operating above board.”

A CNBC report last month indicates that Musk is facing a $15 billion tax bill this year.

“If you opened your eyes for 2 seconds, you would realize I will pay more taxes than any American in history this year,” Musk said. “Don’t spend it all at once … oh wait you did already.”

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Warren’s the Freeloader

Elon Musk might have thin skin, but at least he didn’t claim it was of Native American descent, something Elizabeth Warren did.

It’s been well-documented that Warren claimed minority status, listing herself as a minority law teacher for nearly a decade in the ’80s and ’90s.

A Harvard Crimson piece in 1996 described her as Native American, while a Fordham Law Review article in 1997 even described her specifically as a “woman of color.”

It wasn’t until December of 2018 that the Massachusetts Senator finally admitted: “I’m not a person of color.”

Later she apologized for her claim of Native American ancestry in a forum presidential on Native American issues, 2019 during which she was running for president.

However, her career had advanced by that time as she was a beneficiary of affirmative actions based upon false ancestry reports. Who’s the real freeloader here?

Reid then suggested Warren “has better things to do than fight with junior birdman” before the two delved into a nearly 12-minute interview.

‘Junior birdman’, by the way, was just named Time’s 2021 Person of the Year with the magazine pointing to his “bold vision” and describing him as “a throwback to our glorious industrial past.”



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