Elon Musk: ‘The real President is whoever controls the teleprompter’

by Timothy Frudd

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Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk just spoke a hard truth about the Biden administration.

Fox News reported that in a Monday interview on “The All-In Podcast,” Musk opined, “The real president is whoever controls the teleprompter.” He added, “The path to power is the path to the teleprompter.”

Since taking office, Biden has made countless blunders and made many missteps that have called his cognitive abilities into question and led many Americans to believe that he is not really in charge.

He is seen in many videos making statements where he says someone else told him to do something or that he was told not to call on certain reporters. He is frequently physically guided by staffers to walk in the right direction. Furthermore, he is rarely, if ever, seen without a teleprompter.

Statements like these beg the question: who is really running the White House? Because it cannot possibly be Joe Biden.

Musk jested, “I do feel like if somebody were to accidentally lean on the teleprompter, it’s going to be like Anchorman.”

Musk is a self-proclaimed moderate. However, the billionaire has become very outspoken against the policies and tactics of the radical left. This week, he even stated that he plans to vote Republican in the next election.

Sharply rebuking the Biden administration, Musk stated, “This administration doesn’t seem to get a lot done.” On the other hand, when describing the Trump administration, Musk said, “There were a lot of people in the administration who were effective at getting things done.”

Musk explained, “In the case of Biden, he is simply too much captured by the unions.” He also addressed the issue of inflation under the Biden administration. “I mean, the obvious reason for inflation is that the government printed a zillion amount of more money than it had, obviously,” Musk claimed, according to Fox Business.

During his Monday podcast appearance, he pointed out Twitter’s “far left bias” and offered his guidance as an alternative to politicized forms of social media. He added, “And I would trust myself as a moderate and neither Republican or Democrat.”

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