Tesla CEO dissatisfied with Amazon’s monopoly, says – it’s time to break up

Elon Musk, head of the US company Tesla and SpaceX, recently made headlines by announcing his retirement from the micro-blogging site Twitter. Not being able to calm down that discussion, Musk has created another panic.


Elon Musk

He says it’s time to break up with Amazon, the world’s largest e-commerce company.

Reacting to author Alex Berenson’s tweet, he said the monopoly was wrong and that it was time to sever ties with Amazon.

Alex tweeted that the book he wrote about the Coronavirus did not comply with Amazon’s sales guidelines, including a screenshot of information from Amazon.

Author Alex Corona opposes the global lockdown in the name of the virus epidemic. He claims that the risk of getting sick and dying from the coronavirus is not as high as advertised. “They censored the book,” Alex tweeted. It was based entirely on published government data and research papers.

This does not mean that the coronavirus is not real and that it does not kill people. But Amazon refused to take it. ‘Commenting on the same tweet, Bezos said,’ It’s crazy.

Now it’s time to break the deadlock with Amazon. The monopoly is wrong. ‘In his process, he has mapped out Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.

However, after Bezos’ harsh response, Amazon has melted away. Amazon has said that Alex’s book was removed by mistake and has now placed it on its site and is in contact with the author. Together, the book became available on Amazon. The author thanked everyone who helped him, including Elon Musk.

Remember, the billionaire Musk has been the talk of the town from time to time because of his outspoken nature. He is also opposed to the lockdown caused by the Corona epidemic.

He also warned against filing a lawsuit against the state of California if Tesla is not allowed to open. However, he withdrew his complaint after an agreement was reached through negotiations.

On June 2, he tweeted that he had taken leave from Twitter. But less than 48 hours later, he reappeared on Twitter.

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