Elon Musk turned the tables on Joe Biden with one hilarious burn

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Elon Musk had to part with a huge chunk of his fortune to get his hands on the most influential social media platform in the political sphere. 

But it’s proving a worthwhile investment. 

And Elon Musk just turned the tables on Joe Biden with one hilarious burn.

X’s “Community Notes” strikes again

Thanks to Silicon Valley’s outsized influence in the social media tech industry, Democrats thought they had all the major communication platforms locked up. 

Based on the information that’s been uncovered surrounding the coordinated coverup of the Hunter Biden laptop story back in October 2020, that seems like a reasonable assumption. 

But Elon Musk rocked their boat when he shelled out a jaw-dropping $44 billion to gain complete control over the social media platform. 

Musk quickly started digging up dirt on how woke Leftists running the platform had worked with federal government officials to censor Americans in an effort to ensure Joe Biden would prevail over Donald Trump in the 2020 election. 

The Billionaire, who is once again the richest man in the world despite taking on the social media company that was failing fast, also implemented “Community Notes”—a system where average users can add their own context and commentary to posts. 

And President Joe Biden just got schooled by average users on the X platform (Elon Musk’s new handle for Twitter.)

The administration was bragging about its climate agenda when it slipped up accidentally making a massive—impossible—claim about the misnamed “Inflation Reduction Act.”

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An awkward snapshot of Biden taking a selfie with some workers in the energy field included a caption reading: “The Inflation Reduction Act is projected to help triple wind power and increase solar power eightfold, while electricity deployed through the U.S. power grid is expected to be powered by 81% clean energy by 2023.”

Of course, it’s already 2023. 

That fumble quickly earned Biden a correction via Community Notes with one user noting that it appeared the President himself was at the keyboard. 

“It is 2023. And we’re not at 81%. This makes zero sense so I guess you tweeted it yourself,” the social media platform user noted. 

“We’re in 2023 already, genius,” another commented.

Others provided interpretations explaining that the administration more than likely meant to make its claims of a 60% increase in certain types of energy production for the year 2030.  

No doubt, both the President and his handlers found the public’s ability to call him out directly (and almost instantly) highly inconvenient. 

Stay tuned to Unmuzzled News for any updates to this ongoing story.

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