Elon Musk Fires A Bunch More Liberal Employees For Sassing Him In Public, Then Goes On Twitter To Laugh About It


Elon Musk needs to change his pronouns to macho/man because the dude is savage AF.

Remember yesterday’s story about him firing a guy ON Twitter?

That guy wasn’t the only person wished well in his future endeavors. Musk fired a bunch more people for criticizing him in public. But them he fired via email like a normal person.

Nick Morgan was fired. He said on Twitter it was for “not showing 100% loyalty in Slack” and that he’s “heard the same thing has happened to many others now.” Please note: Slack is an app used so employees can communicate with each other when they aren’t in the same office at the time. Criticizing your boss on Slack is like criticizing him in the office kitchen.

I, at least, think Nick was a real employee. It says parody in his name and he doesn’t have a blue checkmark. I have no way of knowing for sure.

Another was fired after reportedly following the call of several left-leaning, hopelessly entitled Twitter employees who called for more “resistance” against Musk, as if they owned the company…

Elon Musk confirmed the news on Twitter.

He then preceded to laugh about it… on Twitter.

Elon isn’t all heartless. Everyone remembers former (fake) Twitter employee “Ligma Johnson” who was “fired” on Elon’s first day and trolled the clueless media as he left the building one last time. Johnson can have his job back. That’s huge for Johnson.

Not that it is good karma to laugh at people who find themselves unemployed. The Karma Police will pull you over in an instant, and there is no defunding them. I just have a hard time feeling bad for Big Tech employees. Maybe if they weren’t such douchebags we’d all be more empathetic.

UPDATE: Elon is a man of his word…


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