Elon Musk urges ‘vote for a Republican Congress’ in midterm elections

“Power sharing limits the worst excesses of both parties” explains the boss of Twitter, who recalls that the presidency is “currently Democratic”.

Now-new Twitter boss and businessman Elon Musk urged “independent-minded” American voters in a new tweet to vote for a Republican Congress in the midterm elections to limit “the worst excess of both parties.

“To independent-minded voters: Power-sharing limits the worst excesses of both parties, so I recommend voting for a Republican Congress, with the current presidency being a Democrat.”

This statement comes in the context of the midterm elections in the United States, which will be held on November 8. They govern members of both houses of the US Congress, and take place, as their name suggests, in the middle of the presidential term.

A fervent follower of “freedom of expression”, which he prides himself on wanting to give back to Twitter users, the billionaire with multiple hats is regularly under fire from critics because of the unmoderate remarks he occasionally makes on the network. social.

With more than 114 million subscribers, Musk, the richest man on the planet, is known for making rain or shine in certain sectors. This had, for example, been the case in cryptocurrencies, some of which saw their price rise or fall with each of his tweets.

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