(RoyalPatriot.com )- Tuesday’s VIP retreat in Wyoming was attended by Elon Musk, who spoke to prominent Republican contributors and party leaders about the need for the GOP to project more compassion if it wants to maintain its future.
In Jackson, Wyoming, during a question-and-answer session at an annual event organized by House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy, the CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, made this statement (R-CA). Musk demonstrated a deeper engagement with the GOP, by attending this event which will help it plan for the upcoming midterm elections.
Unsurprisingly, Musk’s address provided a defense of capitalism, praised free markets, and issued a political warning regarding the perils of socialism’s adoption in the US.
He also offered political counsel to those there, claiming that the country would improve significantly if Republicans “stayed out of people’s bedrooms.” According to individuals attending the Q&A session, Musk said the Democrats should avoid “touching people’s wallets.”
Musk responded that the Republican Party has to show more sympathy for possible immigrants when a donor asked what the GOP can do to increase their chances of winning elections and boost their approval ratings.
The South African-born Musk argued that the chances it offers, both financially and socially, were why he decided to go to the US. He emphasized on Tuesday that keeping a “dynamic economy” depends on immigrants.
The audience reportedly laughed when Musk complained about his $11 billion tax bill for selling Tesla stock, stating that the IRS wasn’t sure how to handle it.
Musk tweeted some clarifications about his political views before the event:
The Tesla CEO recently said he would switch to voting Republican instead of continuing to support the Democratic Party. Donald Trump, the former president, has claimed he is no longer qualified to hold the nation’s top position. In a campaign that has not yet been announced, he has said that he is leaning toward Florida Governor Ron DeSantis running for President in 2024.
Musk also has a legal issue with Twitter because he backed out of a $44 billion contract to buy the social media site. To enforce what was regarded as a legally binding purchase agreement, Twitter sued Musk. Musk lost a battle to postpone the Twitter lawsuit about his botched acquisition in July.