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Biden’s National Security Adviser Confirms Possible Investigation of Elon Musk

When billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk finally announced his acquisition of Twitter, it sent the Democratic Party establishment and Washington’s deep state operatives into near hysterics. For these elites, just the thought of losing control of one of the world’s biggest censorship farms was nothing short of horrifying. 

For this and other reasons, the Biden Administration has placed Musk and Twitter in its cross heirs, and it would not be a stretch to assume they will seek to either recapture Twitter and resume their clampdown on free speech, or simply use the power of federal agencies to go after Musk himself.

In addition to their desire to curtail free speech and dissent on Twitter, the Biden Administration will surely seek retribution against one of Musk’s investor partners in the deal, namely Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) of Saudi Arabia – for embarrassing a desperate Biden before the election when the Kingdom refused to bow to White House pressure to raise oil production before the US Midterms in order to help the Democrats’ electoral chances.

Talk about pure power politics and political racketeering, writ large… 


Sara Carter reports…

Liberals and progressive elites had zero problems firing police officers, firemen, nurses, doctors and anyone else who did not get the COVID-19 vaccine. Those same individuals are now crying bloody murder after Elon Musk fired some of those individuals who suppressed freedom of speech while working at Twitter.

President Biden said earlier this week: “I think that Elon Musk’s cooperations and/or technical relationships with other countries is worthy of being looked at. Whether or not he is doing anything inappropriate, I’m not suggesting that, I’m suggesting that it’s worth being looked at and that’s all I’ll say.”

Publicly saying something may be inappropriate is, in fact, quite suggestive; whether or not Biden understands that. When asked by the reporter if Biden believes Musk is a threat to national security, he responded “it’s worthy of being looked at.”

On Thursday a reporter asked National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan for more details as to why the Biden administration would be interested in investigating Musk, and if it indeed was a potential. “Well you heard the president yesterday and the [Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States] process is the normal process through which transactions that might have a national security nexus get reviewed and I will defer to the CFIUS process rather than comment on it further,” Sullivan said.

Liberals and progressive elites had zero problems firing police officers, firemen, nurses, doctors and anyone else who did not get the COVID-19 vaccine. Those same individuals are now crying bloody murder after Elon Musk fired some of those individuals who suppressed freedom of speech while working at Twitter.

President Biden said earlier this week: “I think that Elon Musk’s cooperations and/or technical relationships with other countries is worthy of being looked at. Whether or not he is doing anything inappropriate, I’m not suggesting that, I’m suggesting that it’s worth being looked at and that’s all I’ll say.”

Publicly saying something may be inappropriate is, in fact, quite suggestive; whether or not Biden understands that. When asked by the reporter if Biden believes Musk is a threat to national security, he responded “it’s worthy of being looked at.”

On Thursday a reporter asked National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan for more details as to why the Bide administration would be interested in investigating Musk, and if it indeed was a potential. “Well you heard the president yesterday and the [Committee on Foreign Investment in the United States] process is the normal process through which transactions that might have a national security nexus get reviewed and I will defer to the CFIUS process rather than comment on it further,” Sullivan said.

National Review writes:

The Biden administration began discussing last month whether the U.S. should perform national security reviews on some of Musk’s ventures, including his Twitter deal and SpaceX’s Starlink satellite network, according to media reports.

Musk’s $44 billion Twitter takeover was funded in part by $7.1 billion from equity investors, including foreign sources such as Prince Alwaleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia, Qatar Holding, and Binance Holdings Ltd., a digital-asset exchange founded and run by a Chinese native, according to Reuters. Tesla, Musk’s electric-vehicle company, also pulls in roughly a quarter of its revenue from China.

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