By The Rio Times -December 31, 2021
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk received a mixed reaction after sharing a meme on Twitter that appeared to criticize both sides of the Covid-19 vaccine debate, vaccinated and unvaccinated, for taking things too seriously.
The meme, shared Thursday, showed an unvaccinated man next to a vaccinated man with dozens of needles stuck in his body and a QR code tattooed on his head. A thought bubble emanating from the heads of the two men showed each wondering why the other was not yet dead.
In November 2020, the famous entrepreneur expressed his doubts about the accuracy of the PCR tests and denounced that “something extremely bogus is going on.”
Tesla founder Elon Musk says he has tested positive for the novel coronavirus while also testing negative, offering a skeptical view of the validity of the procedures.
In a series of tweets early Friday, Musk said he had conflicting results from rapid “antigen” tests for Covid-19 after “mild sniffles & cough & slight fever” in recent days.
“Something extremely bogus is going on. Was tested for Covid four times today,” he wrote.
“Two tests came back negative, two came back positive. Same machine, same test, same nurse.”
Before that, in September 2020, the Tesla and SpaceX founder revealed in a podcast that he would not undergo a Covid vaccine when they become available, while also calling Bill Gates an “airhead” and admitting that the pandemic has made him question his faith in humanity.