‘Let’s check in on Elon Musk’: Gutfeld offers uniquely hilarious commentary on Twitter’s new CEO

Fox News host Greg Gutfeld finds new Twitter CEO Elon Musk’s actions since he took the helm of the social media platform hilarious and appropriate with employees getting unceremoniously fired online for talking smack to their billionaire boss.

“Speaking of rich people, let’s check in on Elon Musk, who may just be the best tweeter since Trump. It began Sunday with Musk tweeting about Twitter being super slow in other countries. That’s when a Twitter engineer called out the Musk tweet, adding, quote, ‘I have spent six years working on Twitter. I could say this is wrong.’ When someone pointed out you probably shouldn’t call out your boss publicly, he kept going. And that’s when Musk hit back, ‘He’s fired,'” the host of “Gutfeld!” snickered.

“Well, now, if you don’t find that hilarious, then you’re not my friend and you’ve never fired anyone who really deserves it. It’s why I had a trap door installed in my office and hired a contractor who could keep a secret. But if I tweeted about how I run this show, I’d probably be arrested, possibly for murder. If you guys had any idea what I spent on bleach and rope alone last month, and that’s just on the interns who made eye contact,” he kidded.

Gutfeld went on to elaborate on Musk’s cuts and the whining of snowflakes who will literally no longer get a free lunch.

(Video Credit: Fox News)

“But for Musk, it only gets better. On Sunday, he announced plans to end free lunches at Twitter headquarters, saying the meals cost the company 13 million bucks a year. That’s still $2 million less than ‘The View’ spends on feeding Joy Behar. Hey, they don’t like Joy. The problem was no one was coming to the office, and that was driving up the cost. They were throwing food away like it had been cooked by Kat,” Gutfeld quipped.

“But Musk making a sound business call made him even more evil. One Democrat activist wrote, quote, ‘He fired three-fourths of the employees. Now he’s planning to starve the rest of them.’ Yeah, yeah. They’re all going to die because their bosses won’t cover their sushi. What lame-os. Here’s a tip. Do you want a free lunch? Then, brown bag it, you losers. It’s what my staff does. It’s great. I just take a bite from each one of their sandwiches. I haven’t bought a lunch in years. They all got hepatitis,” Gutfeld joked.

Gutfeld went on to uproariously draw a comparison between Musk and former President Trump.

“And what does Elon know about business, anyway? I mean, he’s just the world’s richest man. Unlike some unemployed 32-year-old activist moaning on Twitter about food. The bottom line, it’s great watching someone run a company with full transparency. He does everything with the door open. Like when Doocy uses the bathroom on the plane. Even more, Musk is willing to ask seemingly obvious questions that no one ever had the guts to ask. Does that remind you of anyone? Yeah. When Trump was in charge, he would question everything from trade with China to the water pressure of showers,” he noted.

Gutfeld then quoted Trump, “But how about the shower? You go into a shower and I have this beautiful head of hair. You turn on the water. Drip, drip, drip. And the water comes dripping out, just dripping out very quietly. So what do you do? You just stand there longer. You take a shower longer. Because my hair… I don’t know about you, but it has to be perfect.”

“He sounds like Joe talking about taking a leak. Oh. But no wonder Musk has taken Trump’s place as the Left’s top target. The only difference is Musk can’t run for president, which is probably a good thing for the Dems, because he’d probably win,” he concluded.

Get the latest BPR news delivered free to your inbox daily. SIGN UP HERE


We have no tolerance for comments containing violence, racism, profanity, vulgarity, doxing, or discourteous behavior. If a comment is spam, instead of replying to it please click the ∨ icon below and to the right of that comment. Thank you for partnering with us to maintain fruitful conversation.

Latest Articles