Skip to comments.Tesla under criminal investigation by Justice Department
Posted on 09/18/2018 1:40:23 PM PDT by jazusamo
Tesla is under investigation by the Justice Department, a company spokesperson confirmed Tuesday.
In a statement to The Washington Times, the Tesla spokesperson said the Justice Department reached out for documents after an August tweet by CEO Elon Musk about taking the high-tech car company private:
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Yep, he loved those 0bama bucks.
Hillary. Comey. Brennan. Holder. Rice. All walking free and unfettered. But let’s make sure we immediately check into Tesla. Much higher priority.
Why are some so enamored with this snake-oil-salesman/huckster? The guy seems mentally unstable, at best.
MANY here are quite happy to swallow what Big Media is excreting, as long as it’s not DIRECTLY related to politics.
“Until I see proof otherwise...” is how they typically justify their faith in Big Media.
Unless of course, the subject is DIRECTLY related to politics, and they are not a “consistent” conservative who preferred Hitlery to Trump.
In before the muskbots.
as he should be. good job Justice.
Sessions must be having car trouble. Don’t mess with Jeff!
Of all the stupid things to do.
There are far worse offenders out there than a guy in trouble with his car company.
DOJ must have a lot of free time on their hands.
More like this centuries Tucker.
I suspect the CA RATS are after something and this is part of the shakedown
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Tesla will either be bankrupt or sold at a bargain basement price within two years. In either event, any shareholders who aren’t shorting the stock are going to get killed.
How does that impact on the fact that this wealthy fellow is mentally unstable? He managed to hire good people for the rocketry.
Are you referring to Musk or Jobs?
Let’s try both.
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