Elon Musk Humiliates Bill Gates: ‘I Cannot Take Your Philanthropy on Climate Change Seriously’

Someone leaked a screenshot of a text message exchange between Elon Musk and Microsft founder Bill Gates. Apparently, Bill talks a big game about saving the Earth but is shorting Tesla, the one company leading the way on reducing emissions from vehicles.

To say that is a bit hypocritical and bad business is not even getting close to what Bill, a noted pal of pervert Jeffrey Epstein is doing here. A Twitter user asked Musk:

“So apparently Bill Gates hit up @elonmusk to discuss “philanthropy on climate change” but Elon asked if he still had a half billion dollar short position on $TSLA. Bill said he hasn’t closed it out, so Elon told him to get lost. No idea if this is true lol.”

And Musk actually responded to the guy by saying:

“Yeah, but I didn’t leak it to NYT. They must have got it through friends of friends.

“I heard from multiple people at TED that Gates still had half billion short against Tesla, which is why I asked him, so it’s not exactly top secret.

Here is the text exchange:

Gates: Just Landed

Musk: Cool

Musk: Do you still have a half billion dollar short position against Tesla?

Gates: Sorry to say I haven’t closed it out. I would like to discuss philanthropy possibilities.

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Musk: Sorry but I cannot take your philanthropy on climate change seriously when you have a massive short position against Tesla, the company doing the most to solve climate change.

Mike Cernovich brought up an interesting point. Remember, Bill’s ex-wife said his relationship with Jeffrey Epstein creeped her out. Cerno said:

“Didn’t think it was possible for Bill Gates to be more of a lowlife. Imagine if the media reported on his Epstein connections.”

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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