Elon Musk Gets An Important Title From Time Magazine And Fans Are Cheering For Him

Elon Musk just got an important title from Time Magazine, and his fans and followers are cheering for him. Check out the post on Twitter, showing the titles that Musk has just received.

. @elonmusk has been named @TIME ’s Person of the Year for 2021. #TIMEPOY pic.twitter.com/YM2xkJb7bC

— TODAY (@TODAYshow) December 13, 2021

David Frost hopped in the comments and said the following: ‘SpaceX is the closest thing that the USA has to its’ own space program. They provide Internet access to areas of the world where there is no hope for the infrastructure needed to provide that service.
– SpaceX is also saving this country $billions when they shuttle astronauts to.’

He continued and said: ‘Not too many corporations in the world that are striving to make Earth a more livable, sustainable planet to live on. His cars reduce carbon emissions that are choking the planet; The Boring Company will further reduce emissions by making commuting more efficient.’

‘The Person of the Year is Elon Musk. He is reshaping life on Earth and possibly life off Earth as well,’ Edward Felsenthal, Time’s Editor-In-Chief, said on the “TODAY” show Monday.

‘In 2021, Musk emerged not just as the world’s richest person but also as perhaps the richest example of a massive shift in our society,’ Felsenthal wrote.

It’s also important to note the fact that besides his business success, Musk has been noted recently regarding his comments concerning political issues.

During The Wall Street Journal’s CEO Council Summit in December, he made a controversial statement about the power of government.

‘It does not make sense to take the job of capital allocation away from people who have demonstrated great skill in capital allocation, and give it to an entity that has demonstrated very poor skill in capital allocation, which is the government,’ Musk said.

Check out this relevant tweet below:

Elon Musk on government:

“Government is simply the biggest corporation, with the sole monopoly on violence.” pic.twitter.com/4IybHzOZym

— The First (@TheFirstonTV) December 7, 2021

He also had something to say about Joe Biden. Check out this tweet below.

Elon Musk on Biden’s Build Back Better Bill:

“Honestly, it might be better if the bill doesn’t get passed … The federal budget deficit is insane” pic.twitter.com/awM8BzRanc

— The Post Millennial (@TPostMillennial) December 7, 2021

Anyway, Musk got a lot of love from his fans and followers on social media.

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