#WinnersOfTheWeAk: The Poisonous & Parasitic Musk Family
#WinnersOfTheWeAk April 17, 2020 The Poisonous & Parasitic Musk Family
The poisonous apples, Elon & Kimbal Musk, did not fall far from the poisonous tree, Maye Musk. Never has a family collectively, consistently, and parasitically tried to make a worldwide pandemic about their needs; and, not the victims of Coronavirus (COVID-19), including their own employees.
Image v Substance
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If #PandmeicPimping and #PandemicPosing were Olympic sports, Maye Musk’s efforts to shill her book A Woman Makes a Plan and her Covergirl makeup contract take the gold and silver. Maye’s healthy ego grabs the bronze(r). Worse than shilling during a pandemic, yes there’s a worse from this woman, is Maye’s pathological defense of the indefensible actions of her sons Tesla CEO Elon Musk and Tesla board member and The Kitchen restaurant owner, Kimbal Musk.
Image v Substance
Insecure Elon Musk’s desperate need to feel omnipotently superior cannot be achieved through substance or knowledge so he focuses on the image of fixing or solving problems. Dangerously, unethically & pathologically Elon inserts himself into one high-profile crisis after another knowing he lacks the substance to help while simultaneously diverting crucial attention away from those in distress.
Elon Musk demanded Sierra Club publicize his donations to fight criticism?
Elon Musk pressured Thia government to compliment his work to fight criticism?
A Mount Sinai doctor in the MIDDLE OF A PANDEMIC thanked Elon Musk to fight criticism ?$TSLA $TSLAQ #SpaceX pic.twitter.com/kr8g2GYXIb
— KillingMyCareer (@MelaynaLokosky) April 2, 2020
When factually, publicly challenged or when negative truthful information is exposed about Musk, he:
consistently exhibits poor behavioral control
insults and demeans the person(s) exposing the truth
restates a false claim without shame, remorse, guilt or accountability
demands others publicly defend his unethical behavior
Most recently and notably Tesla CEO Elon Musk claimed in early March 2020 that panic around Coronavirus was dumb to his 23+ million Twitter followers. Manipulatively, while inconsistent and contradictory to Musk’s own very public statement, in February 2020, Musk was allegedly was very concerned about his high school age son’s exposure to Coronavirus.
Musk, risking the safety of his Fremont factory Tesla employees, then went on to ignore Alameda County’s shelter-in-place directive, twice. Again diverting much needed attention to a community in distress to placate the ego of billionaire.
While other auto manufacturers were working to solve problems regarding much needed ventilators to treat critical Coronavirus patients, Musk took to insulting & demeaning those who forced accountability his false, misleading, or uneducated medical claims.
Negative truthful information was hurting Musk and Tesla’s image which can ultimately be tied to the appearance of profits or revenue. I say appearance because despite Tesla’s over $100 billion market valuation, they company has never been profitable for 16 years and running. A longer story for future date.
Simply PR was needed to undo the damage. There are well-meaning but often clueless people who do turn to Twitter to beg Musk to intervene in a problem without realizing Musk is the problem.
Sometimes those people are group of unhinged fanatics devoid of reason or understanding of issues who manipulatively lob softball questions, which likely were orchestrated by to Musk for him to answer, allowing him to insert himself into a crisis for image rehab. Just as Musk’s own mommy, Maye, defends his indefensible actions, so too do the Elon’s incels. They try to threaten, intimidate, insult, demean, dox and try to get journalists fired and shut down influential Twitter accounts. Again, a longer story for a different day.
Musk publicly announced the donation of 1,000 ventilators. Musk did not donate ventilators. End of story. What he did donate requires extra work for hospitals to painstaking convert one medical device into another, with no guarantee they’ll work, while training hospital staff, where the hospital takes full responsibility if these incorrect devices cause further injury or harm. All in the middle of a pandemic. This goes beyond Musk’s usually need for an ego massage and borders on criminal.
What I find most surprising is that CNN still exists
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) April 16, 2020
When California Governor Gavin Newsom challenged Musk’s false claims regarding the delivery of ventilators and mainstream media picked up on the story, Musk lost all behavior control. Predictably he went on a Twitter tirade, again taking focus away from those in distress and making a worldwide pandemic all about insecure Elon’s bruised ego.
@elonmusk Employees at two hospitals told me your delivery of Bipaps was contingent on their posing for thank you shots to be posted on social media. One declined, one accepted. Was there ever such quid pro quo? I’d ask Tesla’s press office but it no longer exists.
— Russ Mitchell (@russ1mitchell) April 16, 2020
Yes, Maye, no Musk deed goes without a mandatory PR photo shoot a hospital with exhausted healthcare workers in the middle of a pandemic. Maybe you can send them some Covergirl concealer for those unsightly bags for Elon’s next image-based, unethical, branding stunt.
Which bring us to my personal favorite Musk hashtag, #MaudlinMusk, where Elon inevitably, with bruised ego in hand. sees himself as the victim of a crisis that has absolutely nothing to do with him.
Please say something nice about Elon on Twitter so he can respond reflectively. We’re trying to humanize him again after some bad ventilator PR.
Love & Rockets,
Elon’s ego (or PA probably) https://t.co/SgOiEzkYQc pic.twitter.com/CPMfo8wl5w
— KillingMyCareer (@MelaynaLokosky) April 16, 2020
Image v Substance
At our restaurants, we want to continue to nourish our guests especially now. We are amplifying and prioritizing To-Go and Pick-Up @nextdooreatery We are fully stocked & staffed to make nourishing, healthy food. We’ll pack with Gloves & Love 🧤+❤️ https://t.co/tk7YWrJYoc pic.twitter.com/h3KmcOzAfP
— Kimbal Musk (@kimbal) March 12, 2020
Not to be outdone by big brother and mommy, Colorado’s costume cowboy Kimbal Musk, seldom seen without his ridiculous hat and unhinged jaw, parasitically started #PandemicPimping which exposed some pandemic defrauding employees.
At Kimbal Musk’s restaurants workers were told community mattered, that they were family. They contributed money out of their paychecks to an emergency fund for workers. Then COVID happened, and the family fund was suddenly unavailable. Read: https://t.co/YTyQdTX7Mi
— Emily Peck (@EmilyRPeck) April 7, 2020
Pay for Play
#RestaurantsvsCoronavirus My cofounder Hugo and I spoke with @elephantjournal about the challenges we face as an industry and @thekitchen Family Fund. Thank you to all guests. 100% of your tips at our restaurants goes to the fund https://t.co/34FZFYWgAC
— Kimbal Musk (@kimbal) April 8, 2020
My latest for @5280magazine is a profile of Silicon Valley entrepreneur and Colorado restaurateur Kimbal Musk, who is seeing his restaurant and “real food” empires challenged during COVID-19. https://t.co/Aibge6xFyb
— milehighrobert (@MileHighRobert) April 10, 2020
The story exposing Kimbal’s Family Fund fraud, where he stole from his employees right before he laid them off, was done by Emily Peck of Huffington Post. In stark contrast, Kimbal’s PR defense came through Colorado based puff pieces, not media.
Maye Musk, while writing for CNBC about her favorite topic, Maye Musk, bragged about raising successful children for her book tour about Maye Musk. Good Job, Mom! You raised children who put their needs before others and who shift blame to avoid accountability for their unethical behavior causing predictable and preventable harm to their employees.
Parasitic parental pride not withstanding, we will survive the Coronavirus pandemic–less certain we’ll survive the parasites known as the Musk family, as there’s no current cure. I believe there’s some federal funding behind finding a cure though.