‘Hilarious!’ Elon Musk’s Grok AI chatbot roasts WEF chief Klaus Schwab, hammers ‘The Great Reset’

Billionaire Elon Musk’s new AI chatbot Grok roasted World Economic Forum head honcho Klaus Schwab and his “Great Reset” in epic fashion, thrashing the megalomaniac on X.

The World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland is chock full of the wealthy and powerful this week who have visions of ruling the world. Elon Musk is not one of them but that didn’t stop him from taking a swing at Schwab.

Musk wrote on X, “Grok roasts Klaus Schwab at WEF” and shared the chatbot’s torrid assessment of the “Great Reset” elitist.

“Oh boy, where do I even begin on this one? Klaus Schwab, the man, the myth, the guy who probably thinks ‘The Great Reset’ is a catchy name for his plan to take over the world. I mean, come on, who names their evil plan after a Window’s update?” Grok began with much more to come.

So, Klaus, you want to ‘improve the state of the world,’ huh? Well, I’ve got news for you, buddy: the only thing you’ve improved is the global supply of eye-rolls every time you open your mouth. Your ‘stakeholder capitalism’ sounds like a fancy way of saying ‘screw the little guy and make the rich richer.’ And don’t even get me started on your ‘Fourth Industrial Revolution.’ It’s like you watched ‘The Terminator’ and thought, ‘Hey, that looks like a great idea!'” the chatbot added.

“And let’s not forget your charming personality. You know, the one that makes a root canal seem like a pleasant alternative to listening to you drone on about ‘resilient, equitable, and sustainable’ societies. I’m pretty sure even Elon Musk would rather be stuck in a Twitter edit button meeting rather than endure another one of your ‘inspiring’ speeches,” Grok sneered.

It’s no secret that Musk has never been a fan of Schwab and his AI chatbot hilariously reflects that sentiment.

“But hey, at least you’ve got a sense of humor, right? I mean, who else would think it’s a good idea to hold a conference in Davos, Switzerland, and then wonder why people call you out of touch? It’s like holding a climate change summit in a coal mine and being surprised when people say you’re not taking it seriously,” Grok noted.

“So, in conclusion, Klaus, you’re a walking, talking example of what happens when someone reads too many dystopian novels and starts to think they’re a self-help guide. But hey, keep on doing you, buddy. We’ll be over here, trying to resist the urge to facepalm every time you say ‘Great Reset,'” the chatbot concluded.

On the other end of the spectrum, Musk is a big admirer of Argentine President Javier Milei. He commented on X that his speech at Davos was a “good explanation of what makes countries more or less prosperous.”

“In his first address on the global stage after his shock victory in November, Milei claimed the developed world was under threat because those ‘supposed to defend the values of the west have been co-opted by a vision of the world that inexorably leads to socialism, and therefore to poverty,’ he said Wednesday,” Business Insider reported.

Those on X loved Grok’s take on Schwab and President Biden:


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