On Tuesday, Twitter and Tesla CEO Elon Musk appeared on CNBC’s “Last Call” and declares that President Joe Biden is not a “normal” human being.
Musk said, “Do I believe Biden won? Yes, I believe he won.”
CNBC host David Faber asked, “You voted for him?”
Musk admitted, “I did.”
Faber pressed, “Do you regret that?”
Musk said, “I mean, man, I wish we could just have a normal human being as president. That’s what I want.
If we, you know, there’s an old saying of, we’re better off being wronged by people picked at random from the phone book than the faculty of Harvard.
I don’t know who said that, but it was somebody very wise. I would say, if we could do that for the president, that would be great.”
Elon Musk on if he regrets his vote for Joe Biden “I wish we could just have a normal human being as President” 🤣
— Benny Johnson (@bennyjohnson) May 16, 2023
Faber inquired, “You think we could do that? Obviously, you’re not happy with Biden.”
Musk replied, “Don’t we all just want a normal human being?”
He continued, “Some of these executive abilities are underrated. Since the president is the executive office of the country, it actually matters if they are the executive officer.”
The billionaire added, “It’s not simply a matter of do they share your beliefs but are they good at getting things done.
There’s a lot of decisions that need to be made every day. Many of them are unrelated to moral beliefs. And you just want a good executive, the CEO of America.”
I think Musk speaks for every American, and even most non-Americans, when he says he wishes we could have a normal president.
Biden can’t even remember his own name on a good day and struggles to complete a sentence as he seems to enter another dimension hallway through a thought.
Perhaps if we had a normal, competent leader, then we could get inflation down and rebuild our relationship with countries that are plotting the downfall of our currency and economy.