In a recent social media post, billionaire businessman Elon Musk, owner of SpaceX and Tesla, expressed his strong opposition to government vaccine mandates and companies that required their employees to receive the COVID-19 vaccine or face termination. With a whopping 158 million followers on his social media platform, Musk shared his concerns about the requirement of multiple boosters and the potential consequences of forcing people to undergo medical procedures against their will.
Musk boldly stated, “I would rather go to prison than fire good people who didn’t want to be jabbed!” This man is truly willing to take a stand for his employees and their right to make their own healthcare decisions. Talk about dedication!
Elon Musk speaks out:
"I would rather go to prison than fire good people who didn’t want to be jabbed. I got Covid before the vaccine was out (mild cold symptoms) and had to get three vaccines for travel. The third shot almost sent me to hospital." pic.twitter.com/NCFcXtxMgB
— Citizen Free Press (@CitizenFreePres) September 26, 2023
As for his own experience, Musk disclosed that he had already contracted the original strain of COVID-19 before the vaccine was available. He even had to get three vaccines for travel purposes, and the third shot nearly landed him in the hospital! Despite these personal complications, Musk clarified that he does believe in vaccines, but emphasizes that the harm caused by the cure should not outweigh the harm caused by the disease itself. He also highlighted the potential of synthetic mRNA technology in curing various diseases.
Well, it’s refreshing to see a billionaire figure like Musk advocating for individual rights and expressing his concerns about the vaccine mandates. The Supreme Court striking down the executive order is a victory for those who believe in personal freedom and bodily autonomy. Keep fighting the good fight, Mr. Musk!