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Governor Abbott deletes tweet supporting Elon Musk after Tesla CEO sexual misconduct claims surfaced

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott posted — and then quickly deleted — a tweet in support of Tesla CEO Elon Musk after the billionaire tech mogul was accused of sexually assaulting a flight attendant in 2016.

Republican Governor Abbott wrote on his personal Twitter account that Musk “picked the right state to relocate” when the Tesla boss slammed Insider for publishing a story detailing the sex misconduct allegations.

According to The Dallas Morning News, the governor left the tweet for seven minutes before deleting it.

Abbott was responding to a tweet by Musk, who wrote: “The attacks against me need to be viewed through a political lens – this is their standard (disgusting) playbook – but nothing makes me want to fight for a better future and be independent.” Won’t stop it from the right of speech.”

Musk, who called Insider Story a “hit piece” was politically motivated to prevent him from taking over Twitter.

Abbott commented that Musk “picked the right state to move to.” The tweet went on for seven minutes before it was deleted.

The Tesla boss, who is also the world’s richest man, moved the electric carmaker’s headquarters from Democrat-dominated California to Austin last year, a move welcomed by Abbott and Republicans as a confirmation of his economic policies Went.

Musk called the woman a “far-left actress” accused of sexual misconduct who has “a major political ax to grind”—and to verify her claims by describing a part of her anatomy to her Challenged “not known by the public.”

Musk said on Twitter late Thursday that the “wild allegations are completely untrue.” The allegations were first reported by Insider.

Musk Called The Sexual Misconduct Allegations A Politically Motivated Hit Job.
Musk called the sexual misconduct allegations a politically motivated hit job.
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Last Year, Tesla Moved Its Headquarters From Palo Alto, California, To Austin, Texas, Where It Built A Giant Gigafactory That Produces Electric Cars.
Last year, Tesla moved its headquarters from Palo Alto, California, to Austin, Texas, where it built a giant gigafactory that produces electric cars.
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The tech mogul was accused of exposing himself to a flight attendant aboard one of his private planes in 2016 — and SpaceX later paid the woman $250,000 to settle her sexual misconduct claim, as According to the explosive report.

Musk was also accused of rubbing a flight attendant’s leg without permission and offering to buy him a horse if he gave her an erotic massage on the plane, Insider said Thursday, citing documents and interviews.

Hours after Insider published the story, Musk challenged a friend of the accuser, who is said to have been told shortly after the alleged incident.

Musk tweeted: “But I have a challenge for this liar who claims his friend saw me ‘exposed’ – describe the only thing, anything (scars, tattoos, …) that The public doesn’t know.”

“She won’t be able to do it, because it never happened.”

He has also stated his intention to vote for Republican candidates in this election as well as in 2024.

At the time Musk decided to relocate to Austin, he cited the rising cost of living in California as Tesla moved its headquarters from Palo Alto to the Texas capital.

He added that the company “will continue to expand our activities in California so this is not the case, like Tesla is leaving California.”

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