Elon Musk Warns California Democrats: ‘Golden State Is Cooking Its Golden Geese, So Tasty at First but Then No More Golden Eggs’

Elon Musk has issued a warning to the people of California that politicians in the Democrat-run state are “cooking its golden geese.”

Musk took to Twitter to take a swipe at the unfriendly business environment in California and the soft-on-crime approach that has allowed chaos on the streets.

He warned Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA), Gov. Gavin Newsom, Vice President Kamala Harris, and others that they are killing the golden goose in their state.

“The Golden State is cooking its golden geese,” Musk said.

“Sooo tasty at first, but then no more golden eggs.”

Musk then linked to an important article that makes his case titled, “The Lawyers Who Ate California,” written by Matt Taibbi.

The article is just part one of a series that highlights how Democratic politicians are overreaching and ruining the state.

Another article in the series will be focusing on Musk’s Tesla.

Musk was driven out of the state of California by mediocre politicians and moved Tesla to Texas.

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The story also turns out to be in part about why California, which had a growth streak dating back to the gold rush, saw it broken in 2020, when the population shrank by 182,000, causing a first-ever loss of a congressional seat.

More tellingly, over 265 companies moved their headquarters out between 2018 and 2021, with the rate of flight doubling just during those years.

Based on interviews with current and former executives, congressional and legislative sources from both parties, past and present employment regulators, a handful of public and private litigators with knowledge of the relevant cases, and review of thousands of excruciating pages of court records, here’s the background to sensational cases like Riot Games, Activision, and Tesla that no one told you about.

Part One: The Feds

Toward the end of Barack Obama’s administration, the West regional office of an investigatory arm of the Department of Labor called the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs, or OFCCP, was asked to conduct a routine compliance review of Oracle, employer to over 130,000 and the second-largest software company in the world.

The OFCCP’s mandate among other things is to promote diversity and bar federal contractors from discrimination, and Obama had a vision for the agency which involved using it aggressively to correct the pay gap.

“You are in a unique position to fix this problem,” Obama reportedly told DOL officials early in his term. “Why are you not fixing this problem?”

In establishing a “National Equal Pay Enforcement Task Force,” Obama cited census statistics that showed women earned just 77 cents for every dollar earned by men, which he called an “embarrassment.”

The pay gap no doubt existed, but Obama’s claim earned a whopping two Pinocchios from future fact-checking demigod Glenn Kessler at the Washington Post.

Kessler cited sources saying Obama was comparing apples to oranges, ignoring career and educational choices (men dominated the most remunerative majors like Petroleum and Metallurgical Engineering, while women dominated the least remunerative, like Studio Arts).

Kessler cited a study from the St. Louis Fed that suggested that when women and men with similar educational backgrounds working comparable jobs were compared, a pay gap still existed, but it was far smaller than “most think.”

This would become relevant at Oracle, where experts argued over whether to compare men and women with similar degrees and experience, or compare men and women with similar degrees and experience in the same field, among other factors.

In any case, the agency rolled out a new approach that more than ever before would stress using statistical analyses thanks to “access to more data,” to identify actionable pay gap issues.

Read the rest of the damning report here.

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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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