Even as Musk took a heap of backlash from investors, his Twitter followers mobilized to his defense, quick to find humility in Musk’s behavior, saying that it’s “human nature” to “hit back,” while also suggesting that Musk’s language was wrong. Musk supporters even used a common defense among Trump supporters, arguing that he didn’t really mean what he said “literally.” Prominent Silicon Valley billionaire investor Peter Thiel, who along with Musk is a member of the original “PayPal mafia,” defended his high-profile support of Trump right before the election by saying that the media’s mistake was to take Trump literally rather than seriously.
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