Elon Musk slams Biden's tax plan: "Eventually, they run out of other people’s money and then they come for you"

Oct 26th

Elon Musk isn't happy with the resident of the White House and his plan to use billionaires as an excuse to track our purchases and tax us on money we haven't even made.

Elon replied to another Twitter user's post, which included a template that people could use to write members of Congress.

The letter said:

"Dear (Senator of Congress Member's name),

I expect you to oppose the Wyden proposal to tax unrealized capital gains. Although the proposal targets billionaires and not myself, the government of elected representatives have a track record of scope creep when writing new taxes. I anticipate that any new unrealized capital gains taxes will slowly make their way down to middle class retirement investments over the next several years. It will start with billionaires, then eventually millionaires, then the modest investments will get hit possibly within a decade. Although principle residences and holdings in 401K plans will apparently be excluded, the Wyden proposal takes new tax hikes a step closer to imposing unrealized capital gains tax on the average investor."

And here's how Elon replied:

In other words, first the government "liquidates" the rich kulaks, then they come for the moderately wealthy kulaks, they they come for the poor kulaks, and then they come for you.

By the way, Elon is the richest man on the planet and has a net worth of $289 billion.

Or, you know, approximately enough money to feed the federal swamp monster for 2 whole weeks.

When the monster devours guys like him – world-changing business leaders who make all our lives better – who are they going to come for next?

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