Elon Musk Takes on Fauci and Pronouns in One Lethal Tweet

Elon Musk really ruffled some feathers when he took on both Lord Fauci and gender pronouns in one tweet. If you were making a power ranking of ways to piss off the left you'd have to put Fauci and pronouns near the top.

First, Elon got the party started by tweeting his pronouns are "Prosecute/Fauci."

Scott Kelly, who is an astronaut and has the photo in his profile pic to prove it, decided this offended him. He asked Elon not to "mock and promote hate" against LGBTQ+ and also labeled Fauci as "a dedicated public servant whose sole motivation was saving lives."

The Twitter CEO wasn't having it. He took on the pronouns issue head-on and blasted Dr. Fauci.

That's a very eloquent way to take on the pronoun pushers. "Forcing your pronouns" and "implicitly ostracizing those who don't." Brilliant.

Then when it comes to Dr. Fauci, Mr. Musk brought the heat, didn't he? He said Fauci "lied to Congress and funded gain-of-function research that killed millions of people. Not awesome IMO." Talk about leaving no doubt.

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