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On the heels of his head-scratching, highly questionable recent use of Twitter, Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk decided to double down on his attacks of a British man who helped rescue a stranded soccer team in Thailand. He then tried to right the ship by joining Joe Rogan’s podcast for a two-hour discussion that included having a toke on a reefer. And that was all just last week!
To be clear, any time a high-profile CEO of a major, multibillion dollar automotive company goes off the proverbial rails on social media it concerns us, but…
…there is a much bigger issue at play right now—namely Tesla’s liquidity.