Musk responds to Sen. Markey over parody account and it’s EPIC; Dem then threatens to crush him

The Biden regime and its emboldened Democrat Senate attack dogs are preparing to teach new Twitter owner Elon Must a thing or two about rolling back partisan censorship on the social media platform, and with the corrupt media pitching in to help, Senator Ed Markey put the billionaire on notice.

In addition to the restoration of free speech to the social media giant, nothing has quite gotten under the skin of left-wingers as much as the idea that the prestigious blue check designation will now be available to anyone willing to pony up $8 a month, infuriating those who benefit from the rigged game which Musk accurately described as a “lords & peasants system” of elite privilege.

Markey, one of the ideological driving forces of the transformational Green New Deal got an assist from The Washington Post which was easily able to create a parody account “belonging” to the Massachusetts windbag, prompting the lifelong politician who has never held a real job to dash off a threatening letter to the Tesla/SpaceX CEO demanding answers about the new $8 verification program.

“A @washingtonpost reporter was able to create a verified account impersonating me—I’m asking for answers from @elonmusk who is putting profits over people and his debt over stopping disinformation. Twitter must explain how this happened and how to prevent it from happening again,” huffed Markey in a tweet that included a copy of his letter to Musk which closed by stating “Allowing an imposter to impersonate a U.S. senator on Twitter is a serious matter that you need to address promptly.”

Not intimidated by the ravings of the 76-year-old career suckler of the government dole, Musk dismissed Markey in an EPIC rebuttal.

“Perhaps it is because your real account sounds like a parody?” Musk zinged the self-important climate crusader.

“And why does your pp have a mask!?” Musk asked in a second tweet, skewering the sanctimonious political symbol of the COVID-era authoritarian Democratic Party.

Clearly stung by Musk’s insolence, Markey responded with a threat that the Democrat majority would crush him by weaponizing the Senate against him, sounding far more like notorious Boston gangster Whitey Bulger than a judicious public servant.

“One of your companies is under an FTC consent decree. Auto safety watchdog NHTSA is investigating another for killing people. And you’re spending your time picking fights online. Fix your companies. Or Congress will,” Markey wrote.

Musk also responded to an account that shills for avowed socialist Bernie Sanders suggesting that unless he bends the knee, then Sen. Markey is in a position to take him to the house of pain.

“Are you suggesting the Senator will abuse his political power to attack me?” Musk tweeted.

Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative journalist Glenn Greenwald posted a video of Markey’s bullying tech companies to act as censors on behalf of his party, or else.

“Here’s @SenMarkey demanding tech companies censor in accordance with his political views, all in the context of his party threatening social media companies with legal and regulatory reprisals if they fail to obey their censorship orders. Classic tyranny,” Greenwald wrote

Other Twitter users had their own takes on the situation, including the very important question of “Who was the Washington Post reporter who committed the identity fraud on Twitter?”

The identity of the Washington Post reporter has not been divulged but the fake Markey account has a very strong smell of a setup to create a pretense for Senate Democrats to go after Musk.

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