Elon Musk Reveals Biden Doesn’t Access His Own Twitter Accounts

Elon Musk has issued a challenge to Joe Biden’s handlers while publicly revealing that the Democrat president doesn’t have access to his own Twitter accounts.

Musk responded to a tweet from President Biden’s personal @JoeBiden account that pushed the Democrats’ false narrative about taxes.

“It’s about time the super-wealthy start paying their fair share,” Biden’s account tweeted Saturday afternoon.

Musk has frequently been a target of the Democrats’ false claims that he doesn’t pay his “fair share” of taxes.

However, Musk’s personal taxes have been record-breaking.

About two hours after the tweet from “Biden,” Musk responded with an unusual challenge.

He dared Biden’s handlers to give the president access to his social media account.

The comment not-so-subtly revealed that Biden is not the person posting from his account.

For regular Slay News readers, however, it’s hardly surprising that the gaffe-prone octogenarian doesn’t come up with tweets on his own.

But for Biden’s supporters, it may likely come as a shock.

“Please give him the password so he can do his own tweets,” Musk wrote, responding to the tweet from “Biden.”

“Please, I’m begging you!”

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Musk’s challenge spurred a number of responses ranging from those mocking Biden to others angry about the state of the nation.

Dr. Jordan B. Peterson’s quipped that the Democrats’ definition of “super-wealthy” is “those who have more money than @JoeBiden.”

Others posted screenshots of the national debt clock.

After the remark about Biden not writing his own tweets, Musk took on a more sober tone.

He slammed excess government spending, saying that the burden is carried by those who can least afford it.

Musk also included a prediction that the status quo would win the day.

“In all seriousness, I agree that we should make elaborate tax-avoidance schemes illegal, but acting upon that would upset a lot of donors, so we will see words, but no action,” Musk wrote.

“Those who will actually be forced to carry the burden of excess government spending are lower to middle-income wage earners, as they cannot escape payroll tax.”

March 18, President Biden tweeted that the average tax billionaires pay is 3%, including the same “pay your fair share” verbiage as Saturday’s tweet.

That tweet earned a “Community Note,” which is Twitter’s crowd-sourced version of a fact-checking service.

“I paid more income tax than anyone ever in the history of Earth for 2021 and will do that again in 2022,” Musk tweeted in response, adding that he also said he paid 53% taxes on his Tesla stock options, which “must be lifting the average.”

In 2021, Musk said he paid over $11 billion in taxes.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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