Elon Musk was born to a Canadian mother, light-skinned South African father, and raised in Pretoria. He was precocious even as a young man — briefly attending the University of Pretoria before moving to Canada at age 17. He earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics and Physics.
Elon planned to attend Stanford University, but like many other top business leaders in America, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg, dropped out from the traditional path and decided instead to pursue a business career.
He co-founded a software company with his brother Kimbal, which was acquired by Compaq for $307 million in 1999. He formed PayPal the same year, bought by eBay in 2002 for $1.5 billion.
In 2002, he founded SpaceX, which has outperformed everything NASA has done. In 2006, he helped create SolarCity, which became Tesla Energy. This week announced plans to purchase Twitter for $44 billion. Far-left Democrats are scared to death.
“This deal is dangerous for our democracy,” wrote Senator Warren. “Billionaires like Elon Musk play by a different set of rules than everyone else, accumulating power for their own gain. We need a wealth tax and strong rules to hold Big Tech accountable.”
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. tweeted, “Tired of having to collectively stress about what explosion of hate crimes is happening bc some billionaire with an ego problem unilaterally controls a massive communication platform and skews it because Tucker Carlson or Peter Thiel took him to dinner and made him feel special,”
Hilariously, Elon responded, “Stop hitting on me, I’m really shy.”
Outclassed, AOC resorted to lying, “I was talking about Zuckerberg but ok.” Zuckerberg didn’t consult with Tucker or Peter Thiel. AOC had to delete her false and deceptive statement. The genius again wins!
I used to be a Democrat. The party has lost its mind. Even Bernie Sanders can’t support their current agenda.
Democrats must decide, Senator Sanders said, whether to “become a party which stands for the working class of this country” or to “remain a corporately controlled party beholden to [their] wealthy campaign contributors and to the corporate media as well.” 
Seems everyone around us has lost their minds. Those on the right can’t grow; those on the left can’t grow up.
Yesterday, Elon displayed his genius describing the American political spectrum. So simple; spot on. Younger generations have pushed so far leftward that my views, like Elon, now appear conservative. However, I’m still the moderate I’ve always been. The left has gone extreme.
Liberal commentator Shaun King couldn’t believe Musk’s graphic. He tweeted, “The right didn’t move at all during the past 20 years? Zero movement? That’s what this illustration says.”
Unfortunately, Shaun is correct. The right didn’t move in 20 years. Hell, they haven’t moved in forty years. They’re still parroting the political position of Ronald Reagan.
Republicans are stuck in the mud; Democrats are running off a cliff. Those of the silent majority in the middle are terrified. Seems everyone around us has lost their minds. Those on the right can’t grow; those on the left can’t grow up.
For example, those on the left demand redistribution of ALL the wealth and riches from a handful of Americans who have achieved tremendous success. They spend $100,000s on fancy college degrees where they learn to hate the United States, but can’t do math.
Like Senator Warren, they believe they will be better off taxing and taking from the rich. Let’s do the numbers.
Take 100% of the wealth from the three men above: $274B from Musk; $182B from Bezos; $77B from Mark Zuckerberg. Comes to $533B or $533,000,000,000.
There are 330,000,000 U.S. citizens. Divide the wealth from these Three Wise Men equally among Americans. Everybody would get a one-time check for $1,615, or $6,460 for a family of four.
The way prices are inflating at this time, the relief would only buy a dozen eggs, one gallon of milk, and fill up the family SUV.
Elon Musk broke barriers smoking weed on TV, and plans to go where no human has gone before. He sees the Big Picture.
Elon is changing the world. Our youngsters are being pushed into a broken corporate and higher education model. We need innovation; not indoctrination. The left has merged with Communist China.
The Twitter-verse and social media are having a blast now with Elon parodies. What can’t our genius fix?
Elon is correct. The ice cream at McDonald’s is horrible. Doritos bags are more air than chips.
Years ago, I was captivated by a young inventor, designer and dreamer by the name of Steve Jobs. Many could not understand his talents and vision. I did. Became a huge fan and Apple investor. Together, we have changed the world.
Today, I applaud and support Elon. Many say what he’s doing is impossible; or that he’s trying to take on too much. I believe the sky’s the limit for a guy with a mind like he has. He’s a Real Genius and dreaming the impossible dream.
I was raised in patriotic, rural America by simple parents, who served our nation as teachers. They were devoted to ensuring the next generations would have the tools needed to be the best they can be. Quaint; corny to some; but deep love for the vision of Lady Liberty and the red, white and blue.
Seems our youngsters don’t want tools today; they prefer handouts. They whine rather than putting in the work that allows them to win. In our collective success, we have overly-spoiled our children. They are now afraid to try.
I leave you with 8-minutes of motivation that inspired my life. Like Elon, I sought to reach the unreachable star. Hope you are always seeking the impossible in everything you do. We live in a world of negativity and fear. Take a ride on a SpaceX rocket and find your personal genius.
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