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Musk Hints That The Trump Administration May Be Surprisingly Good for Renewable Energy During Gigafactory Unveiling

When you’re in the business of building the biggest factory in the world right here in AMERICA, it makes sense to align your company mission with an administration hellbent on MAGA.  And while it seemed like common sense that Tesla would succeed under a Trump administration, it became even more evident when supreme leader Musk (all Praise and Glory to The Leader) joined the President-elect’s Strategic and Policy Forum in December.  Now we’re hearing hints from electrek that our upcoming administration will be good for the clean energy industry.

Investors attending the event told Electrek that Musk said the following when his meeting with Trump came up:

“The President-elect has a strong emphasis on US manufacturing and so do we. We are building the biggest factory in the world right here, creating US jobs… I think we may see some surprising things from the next administration. We don’t think they will be negative on fossil fuels… but they may also be positive on renewables.

When someone like Musk, who had access to Trump, says something like that, it’s significant. That could represent an important change in the perceived approach to renewables that the upcoming Trump administration has been taking.

It helps that Tesla employs more than 25,000 people in the USA already and wants to add another 10,500 to the roster.

So while the liberal front cringes from a belief that the world will resolve to a giant pile of carbon soot over the next four years, it seems their concern is misplaced.  Shockingly enough, it seems a grand company like Tesla might be able to compete with traditional, dirty energy production without the government heavily sanctioning and restricting the fossil fuels industry.

No, instead the Great Emperor of a sustainable future will out hustle traditional energy production for the win, naturally.

BULLISH for Earth and $TSLA

 

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5 comments

  1. juice

    and he (all Praise and Glory to The Leader) was seen entering the Trump’s Tower of Babel this am

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  2. pat19561

    Oh wow….what a ringing endorsement. Elon is probably so pissed he has to baby this guy and explain simple things like grid parity. Eventually DJT will Elon’s vision but it will take 3 years.

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  3. LP

    I’ve been telling people (who are willing to hear it) that Trump could end up being the greatest POTUS we’ve had in a while. Some of it may have to do with his policies, his team, etc. But I think the distaste and expectations are so low that there’s nowhere to go but up – similar to trading stocks that are so out of favor.

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  4. ITALIAN STALLION

    Trump will protect anyone who creates jobs in the US, including TSLA.

    The butthurt libs don’t like that, they want to blacklist anyone who works with Trump, even gay dress designers that dare sell a dress to Melania.

    But the challenge for TSLA is to make a profit without subsidies. First they have to figure out how to provide their cars with a fit and finish equivalent to a Toyota Camry, then sell it at a reasonable price. And right now Musk has the orders but not the manufacturing capacity. Can he beat the clock and ramp up before BMW, Apple and Google produce their cars? Could be Trump can pave the way for a gigantic assembly plant.

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    • Raul

      Google doesn’t want to build a car. They want to be in every car. Savage, google-esque, move.

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