Elon Musk Blasts Whiny Democrat AOC on Twitter

Elon Musk Blasts Whiny Democrat AOC on Twitter

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The "end of the world" came recently for many a disenchanted progressive--smug in their assumption that social media would be forever dominated by the warlords of censorship--when Twitter was taken over by Elon Musk, a proponent of the first amendment.

Gripped by disillusionment and the fear of hearing opinions outside of the liberal orthodoxy, their worlds flipped upside down, and with mass inflation and the crippled economy they rolled out the red carpet for, a measly 8 dollars became too much to bear.

Enter Alexandria Ocasio-Cortex, U.S. representative for New York's 14th congressional district; a shrill progressive democrat, a thorn in the side of anyone with a basic understanding of economics, and a well-known hero for the weak.

Confused and outraged, she took to twitter to remark, "LMAO at a billionaire earnestly trying to sell people on the idea that 'free speech' is actually a[n] $8/mo subscription plan." 

Elon Musk, love him or hate him for whatever reason you choose, is a hilarious dude. His simple reply was epic, and its impact was seen rippling through the ocean of liberal tears this morning (11/3/2022) and well beyond. 

He responded, "your feedback is appreciated, now pay $8".

That has to be one of the greatest replies I've ever seen. It's so hilarious, I'm going to wear this sarcastic, funny t-shirt everywhere I go, and gently tap the words on the front anytime someone gives me their worthless opinion. I doubt they'll actually pay me $8, but I'll enjoy the experience either way.

But back to AOC. I can't imagine how hard it'll be for AOC and her ragtag regressive ilk to fetch a mere $8 from their socialist pockets, but I'm sure it'll come with "traumatizing" pain and reluctancy... but it will come. The $8 will soon leave her pocket and enter his.

Also, someone should explain to AOC, very slowly, that the term "free speech" has nothing to do with money, and that a businessman charging a subscription fee for their social media platform has nothing to do with the 'free exchange of ideas' ethos in his policy, and is perfectly acceptable. If you don't like it, don't pay for the subscription. 

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