Elon Musk Focuses Light on a Major San Francisco Issue
Elon musk has been spending a lot of time in the city that is home to Twitter's headquarters.
Elon Musk left Silicon Valley at the end of 2021 to settle in Austin, Texas.
This southern city is now the headquarters of the electric vehicle manufacturer and also the crown jewel of the empire of the richest man in the world.
But Musk has been back in Silicon Valley since October to finalize the acquisition of social network Twitter for a whopping $44 billion.
He actually moved into the social network's headquarters in the heart of San Francisco in order to find new sources of income to make Twitter profitable and recoup his investment.
The Techno King as he is known at Tesla had to go into debt to the tune of $13 billion with major banks to finance the acquisition of the microblogging website.
As is often the case, Musk isn't limited to managing his companies. He has been involved in politics and the life of the city for several months.
Especially when it comes to elected Democrats. Thus he has lashed out against the city by directly questioning its mayor, London Breed.
The billionaire posted on Dec. 7 with a link to an article about a single father, "So the city of SF strikes down companies providing beds for tired workers
The billionaire posted on December 7 with a link to an article about a father who revealed his 10-month-old baby was hurt
Musk's onslaught prompted elected officials in other cities to sell their city as Twitter's future headquarters to the billionaire.