Elon Musk Calls New York Times’ Bluff: “This Is Fake”

(NewsGlobal.com)- The New York Times and the rest of the corporate fake news media were just dropped like a hot potato by Elon Musk, the wealthiest man in the world and the new owner of Twitter. Musk’s tweet was incredibly harsh.

Musk’s decision to openly challenge the narrative behind the attack on Paul Pelosi by a left-wing nut on Friday morning drew much criticism from the so-called journalists who oversee the editorial staff at the New York Times. They were highly critical of Musk’s decision.

The Times published the article under a banner that read “Elon Musk Shares Link From Site Known to Publish False News.”

Elon Musk then demonstrated that he has a level of competence comparable to that of Donald Trump when it comes to dealing with the press and responding with precision:

“This is false – I did not tweet a link to the New York Times!” Musk tweeted.

That mastery and wit are extremely Trump-like.

The tweet demonstrates exactly what Elon Musk thinks of the New York Times and probably the rest of the left-leaning media types that seem to spend their entire day on Twitter.

Prepare yourself for the media to go into a rage about this, and prepare for a deluge of stories in the future that portray Musk as an immediate threat to democratic institutions.

The meltdown has already started.

Watch as NBC’s Ben Collins comes dangerously close to losing it this morning over Elon Musk’s tweets about Paul Pelosi.

Grab some popcorn and see HERE.

The thought of Trump returning to Twitter and tag-teaming with Musk is sublime.

On Wednesday, Musk posted the following message to his Twitter account-

“Until we have a clear mechanism for doing so, which will take at least a few more weeks, Twitter will not allow anyone who was de-platformed for breaching Twitter rules back on the platform.”

In the past, Musk has voiced his opposition to Twitter suspending the former president’s account.

Musk even went so far as to say the block on Trump’s account was a “mistake” and that he would “undo” it if he owned the social media platform in May when he was speaking at the FT Live Future of the Car conference.

In a tweet that he published on Truth Social, the social media site he founded after being removed from office, President Trump complimented Elon Musk for purchasing Twitter, but he did not mention returning to the platform.

While praising Truth Social’s user growth, President Trump remarked on Twitter, “I am delighted that Twitter is now in the hands of sensible people and will no longer be ruled by radical left lunatics and maniacs who truly hate our nation.”