The California Democrat responds to Tesla’s lawsuit, pullout plan on coronavirus-rules: ‘F— Elon Musk’

The California Democrat responds to Tesla’s lawsuit, pullout plan on coronavirus-rules: ‘F— Elon Musk’

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California Democrat, seemed less than upset Saturday night on the news that entrepreneur Elon Musk planned to draw much of his company Tesla, along with an unspecified number of jobs-from the state of the Corona-Virus shutdown rules, the car manufacturer’s operations.

Assemblywoman Lorena Gonzalez of the San Diego appeared, and said something along the lines of “Good riddance” – except, they didn’t use exactly those words.

“F— Elon Musk,” was Gonzalez’s short answer on Twitter. < p>ELON MUSK THREATENS TESLA FROM CALIFORNIA ABOUT CORONAVIRUS DISPUTE

to move your message, which is planning contrasts strongly with those of lawmakers and candidates in Texas and Nevada, where Musk said his company,. She seemed pleased with the news that jobs would come to leave their States.

“Texas gets better every day,” U.S. Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas, wrote on Twitter, Retweets Musk is the announcement of Tesla ‘ s could be scheduled to California. “Good, conservative principles, good governance, and attract the best and the brightest. The future is happening in Texas.”

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In Nevada, Dan Rodimer – a retired Pro-wrestler to run for Congress as a Republican – also welcomed the Tesla news.

“NEEDS Nevada these jobs, most of the wrote all right now, @elonmusk,” Rodimer. “We would be pleased to welcome you and Tesla HQ here in the battle born state!”

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Earlier on Saturday, Musk wrote on Twitter that he was planning to move Tesla’s headquarters and “future programs” in Texas and Nevada to add that the company’s current plant in Fremont, Calif., in the San Francisco Bay area would remain open for some activity “depends on how Tesla dealt with in the future.”

Musk is known for his almost 34 million Twitter followers that Tesla was “the last car maker left in CA.” He pointed to Tesla’s dispute with the Alameda County, where Fremont is located, such as “the last straw.”

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In his lawsuit, filed on Saturday, Tesla pointed to the actions of Alameda County as a “power

“Alameda County does not tear the power to defy the Governor’s orders, but in violation of the Federal and California Constitution” that the claims lawsuit, according to the Mercury News of San Jose.

In a previous tweet, musk said Tesla would be open for the filing of a lawsuit against the Alameda County about the company again, as the coronavirus-rules.

“wrote The not-chosen & ignorant” Interim Health Officer “of the Alameda action contrary to the Governor, the President, our Constitutional freedoms & just plain common sense,” Musk.

Erica Pan, Alameda County health officer, had said on Friday that Tesla worked with the County, but the company has not yet been deleted, to re-open the Fremont plant, even after California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday that the manufacturer would be allowed to resumed operation, according to Reuters.

In March, Tesla seemed to be, the operation of the factory in Fremont, which, despite a local “shelter in place” about the pandemic, the report said.

Pan told Reuters on Friday that the Department had health recommended Tesla, you have to wait to monitor at least one more week of infection rates prior to the re-opening.

Tesla has already be plant in China started after the pandemic, they are forced to close temporarily. Musk noted that as an example of how the company was able to re-open the responsibly elsewhere.

“Tesla knows far more about what needs to be done, to be sure, by our Tesla factory in China experience, as a (non-elected) provisional junior official in Alameda County,” he tweeted.

Alameda County spokeswoman Neetu Balram issued a statement in response to Tesla’s lawsuit, saying the County’s health Department has, in cooperation with Tesla,“ a cooperative, good faith effort to the development and implementation of a safety plan allows the the Mercury News reported the re-opening, and at the same time the protection of the health and well-being of thousands of employees travelling to and from work, at the Tesla factory”.

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“The team at Tesla has been responsive to our guidelines and recommendations, and we look forward to come to an agreement on an appropriate safety plan, very soon,” the statement added.

The Mercury News report noted that to be in the Fremont mayor and the Bay Area Council seemed to be, together with musk in calling for Alameda County and loosen the restrictions for the car manufacturer.

Musk has previously democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom criticized rules on country-wide coronavirus.

Fox Business’ James Leggate contributed to this story.

Released on Sun, 10 may 2020 04:35:17 +0000

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