Musk responded to a news report that the Canadian government wants to cut cash flows to show truck drivers by requiring financial institutions not to carry out orders that mention certain crypto addresses. This digital currency will give truck drivers money. The Tesla CEO posted a picture of Hitler that read, “Don’t compare me to Justin Trudeau. I had a budget. In 2019 and 2020, the Trudeau government didn’t submit a budget, but it did last summer.”
Earlier, Musk expressed his support for truck drivers protesting in Canada against the vaccination obligation. Musk indicated that it is the same with the vaccination against the Corona virus, but it is in violation of the obligation. Early in the epidemic, he also called outbreak lockdowns.
Remarkably, Musk made a joke on Twitter at the end of January that Hitler is often quoted when people disagree with each other on the social network.
Musk tweets a lot and often gets into trouble. In 20218, he sent a message that he wanted to take Tesla out of the stock exchange and get the necessary financing for it, but it turned out that this was not the case. He eventually reached a settlement in this case with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
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