Source: Patty McMurray

Socialist Senator Bernie Sanders (SD-VT) was exposed as a fraud in 2018 when his estimated net worth of $3 million was revealed during his presidential campaign. Sanders, who used to say, “We need to tax the rich,” appears to have taken a new approach in demonizing Americans who are in the same income category as the lifetime politician. Yesterday, instead of tweeting “We must demand that the rich pay their fair share,” he instead tweeted, “We must demand that the extremely wealthy pay their fair share.” adding, “Period.” for emphasis.

Elon Musk, who is no stranger to sharing his opinions on social media, responded to the elderly Communist lawmaker with one simple line, “I keep forgetting that you’re still alive.”

Musk didn’t stop with one tweet mocking the aging lawmaker. In a second tweet, Musk hinted that he would gladly sell more of his Tesla stock after selling $5 billion in stocks last week, causing Tesla stock prices to drop.

“Want me to sell more stock, Bernie?” Musk asked. “Just say the word …” he added.

When Amazon founder Jeff Bezos promoted his book on Twitter, he appeared to be bragging about the success of his online business that helped to put an incredible amount of mom and pop stores out of business during the COVID lockdown. However, Elon Musk, who is by far, the wealthiest man on earth, replied to Bezos’ tweet by sharing an emoji of a 2nd place silver medal.