Elon Musk Shreds Elizabeth Warren with Hilarious New Nickname

Elon Musk Shreds Elizabeth Warren with Hilarious New Nickname  tax

Tesla CEO Elon Musk roasted Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) after she continued attacking billionaires and business owners who she claims aren’t paying enough taxes.

In a video posted Friday, Warren said:

“Jeff Bezos. Elon Musk. Michael Bloomberg. What’s the thing they all have in common? They all pay less in tax than a Boston public school teacher.”

“That’s not right. And it is why President Biden is taking on the billionaires.”


Musk responded to Warren by calling for a Community Notes account to correct the record.

“Senator Karen Pocahontas,” Musk replied to another user who joked that the senator “would never tell a lie.” Warren was famously caught lying about her Native American heritage when she sought a position with Harvard University early in her career.

Warren was once a rising star in the Democratic party, but since her Cherokee heritage claims were exposed as lies, she’s become a joke.

Ahead of her presidential bid, Sen. Warren released a video claiming her heritage is Native American.

Then President Donald Trump repeatedly mocked Warren, one instance being at a ceremony honoring several Navajos who helped soldiers pass coded messages between camps during World War II.

“You are very, very special people. You were here long before any of us were here, although we have a representative in Congress who they say was here a long time ago. They call her Pocahontas,” Trump said at the 2017 event.


According to polls, just 43% of Massachusetts voters hold a favorable view of Warren, while 38% disapprove.

Last year, Warren accused House Republicans of creating “economic chaos” to help former President Donald Trump get reelected.

Appearing on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe,” Warren responded to a question about the debt ceiling:

“We got to call the Republicans out on this. They are threatening to wreck our entire economy just to protect a wealthy handful,” Warren said.

“If this were really about the national debt, then there are plenty of places we could go to stitch up loopholes like no more of the tax havens abroad to get that under control, but that is not where the Republicans want to go,” she added.