Elon Musk Has AOC Spouting Conspiracy Theories After Recent Battle On Twitter

After the Twitter battle that took place this past Wednesday evening in which Twitter CEO Elon Musk openly mocked her recent takes about the platform, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) has resorted to coming up with conspiracy theories with absolutely zero evidence in which she claims that Musk shut down features her account should have access to.

The drama kicked off in the wake of AOC using the platform to openly complain about Twitter throughout the week regarding the changes that Musk is planning to make to the platform, which caught the eye of Musk himself who stepped in to reply.

While responding to Musk’s statements, AOC tried to promote the union workers which run her entire campaign store and made snide comments about the businesses owned by Musk.

AOC then seemed to try and spout conspiracy theories by trying to draw comparisons between the timing of Musk issuing his mocking statements to her to what she claimed, without even a single shred of evidence, were a series of features on her account not working as intended.

“Also my Twitter mentions/notifications conveniently aren’t working tonight, so I was informed via text that I seem to have gotten under a certain billionaire’s skin,” she exclaimed. “Just a reminder that money will never buy your way out of insecurity, folks.”

“One guy’s business plan for a $44 billion over-leveraged purchase is apparently to run around and individually ask people for $8,” she went on. “Remember that next time you question yourself or your qualifications.”

The first complaint from AOC this week was publicly made after Musk stated that he would be charging the platform’s users a fee of $8 per month to utilize a suite of bonus features, which ended up sparking quite a bit of backlash across the political spectrum for a vast number of reasons.

“Lmao at a billionaire earnestly trying to sell people on the idea that ‘free speech’ is actually a $8/mo subscription plan,” stated AOC in another post near the start of the week.

Musk answered, “Your feedback is appreciated, now pay $8.”

Musk also chimed back in another with a direct screenshot from an online store run by Ocasio-Cortez highlighting a hoodie being sold for a whopping $58.

Musk then fired off a meme at AOC:

AOC then managed to spark yet another spat. This time she went after David Sacks, a West Coast-based venture capitalist, who fired back at AOC by stating, “Why aren’t [The New York Times, Washington Post, The Atlantic] free? Their billionaire owners should stop being greedy and give us those products for free.”

AOC attempted to mock and criticize the take, stating: “Are you seriously equating an app where people are torrenting racial slurs at an accelerated clip with the New York Times?”

“Also fyi, legacy newspapers actually care about verifying newsworthy sources. And they don’t charge their journalists/creators for ‘priority’ placement.”

“s for billionaire ownership of our news sources, that is a legitimate problem! Market concentration of media is a huge issue,” her inane rant continued. “Hope you’re using your power to stop private equity gutting of local newsrooms while supporting nonprofit and co-op modeled news outlets as well.”


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