California politician tweets 'f**k Elon Musk' after Tesla boss says he is moving firm from state over coronavirus fight

Source: The Sun - View Original Article
Published: May 10, 2020
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91% "Good conservative principles make good governance, and attract the best and the brightest. The future is happening in Texas.""
89% "He should have done it sooner.""
80% "Everyone will win.""
77% "The Tesla factory in Freemont employs 10,000 staff.""
69% "We would love to have you and Tesla HQ right here in the Battleborn State!""
68% "It'll be glorious.""
67% "Earlier that day Musk tweeted: The unelected & ignorant 'Interim Health Officer' of Alameda is acting contrary to the Governor, the President, our Constitutional ..."
66% "Musk, who just recently welcomed a child, has been eager to reopen the plant in Fremont and has repeatedly criticized stay-at-home orders.""
64% "I will be on the line personally helping wherever I can, Musk wrote in an email to Tesla employees before tweeting out about the ..."

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Contributing sentiments towards policy:

91% : One Twitter user wrote in response to Gonzales: "Instead of saying that how about offering some leadership and tax cuts for his 10,000 employees. "@AbbottGlobal had similar issues and ended up moving manufacturing to Costa Rica costing 1000s of jobs. "Let's make California an employer friendly state.
91% : Good conservative principles make good governance, and attract the best and the brightest. "The future is happening in Texas.
89% : He should have done it sooner.
80% : Everyone will win."
77% : The Tesla factory in Freemont employs 10,000 staff.
69% : We would love to have you and Tesla HQ right here in the Battleborn State!"
68% : It'll be glorious.
67% : Earlier that day Musk tweeted: "The unelected & ignorant 'Interim Health Officer' of Alameda is acting contrary to the Governor, the President, our Constitutional freedoms & just plain common sense! "
66% : Musk, who just recently welcomed a child, has been eager to reopen the plant in Fremont and has repeatedly criticized stay-at-home orders.
64% : "I will be on the line personally helping wherever I can," Musk wrote in an email to Tesla employees before tweeting out about the relocation of the factory, according to The New York Times.
62% : "Instead, he's putting thousands out of work and putting new workers at risk so investors can keep making."
53% : "Enjoy the loss of taxes and spending on his company's part.
51% : Tesla's manufacturing plant in Fremont, in California's Alameda County, is pictured here
46% : Tesla is the last carmaker left in CA.
45% : The billionaire SpaceX founder tweeted because Alameda County, California, officials don't think the company should reopen its plant in Fremont yet, "Tesla is filing a lawsuit" immediately. California State Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez made the comments on Saturday, following the announcement.
45% : Tesla will now move its HQ and future programs to Texas/Nevada immediately.
45% : Another added: "Seriously.
43% : Musk said on Saturday he's moving Tesla's headquarters "to Texas/Nevada immediately" after local California officials said no to the company reopening its factory.
42% : Frankly, this is the final straw.
42% : "If we even retain Fremont manufacturing activity at all, it will be dependent (sic) on how Tesla is treated in the future.
42% : The plant in Fremont is where a majority of Tesla's vehicles are produced.
42% : Neetu Balram, a spokeswoman for Alameda County said in a statement: "Tesla has been informed that they do not meet [the] criteria and must not reopen."
41% : The 48-year-old tried to keep the plant open, but local officials shut it down.
37% : One person wrote: "Seeing that people like you are running him out of the state, I can't blame him for leaving.
36% : And Nevada congressional hopeful Dan Rodimer tweeted: "Nevada NEEDS these jobs most of all right now, @elonmusk.
31% : However, some users sympathized with the billionaire.
30% : Musk's meltdown came after Gov Gavin Newsom said that manufacturing companies could pick up their operations against -- but noted local officials could impose tougher restrictions themselves.
22% : A CALIFORNIA Democrat has tweeted out: "F**k Elon Musk" after the Tesla boss vowed to scrap production in the state.
22% : Texas congressman Dan Crenshaw wrote online: "Texas gets better every day.
14% : Meanwhile, Texas and Nevada Republicans embraced Musk's plans.
12% : All he needed to do was wait another week so the county could determine the effects of lifting restrictions.

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