President Joe Biden made a crucial teleprompter mistake when he read the directions that were telling him what to do, not what to say. Joe Biden said “repeat that line” when it he wasn’t supposed to read it, but to repeat the line he was saying. He was mocked horrendously for this on social media, as it was all caught on video.
WATCH JOE BIDEN’S teleprompter gaffe:

Elon Musk saw the video floating around on Twitter, posted by Greg Price, and said “whoever controls the teleprompter is the real president!”

Elon Musk has criticized President Joe Biden many, many times and their feud appears to have began when Tesla was not invited to an EV summit at the White House back in 2021. Tesla was selling almost three out of four electric cars in America for the last three years, but they still weren’t invited to the EV summit, which clearly didn’t make any sense to Elon Musk who has been on a tear dismantling the failing president every chance he gets.
Musk referred to Biden as a ‘damp sock puppet’ in another crushing blow to the president who’s currently suffering from low approval ratings.
Musk appears to be anti-Democrat at this point, recently revealing his first GOP vote.
Republican Texas Congresswoman-elect Mayra Flores declared that she was thankful to learn that billionaire Elon Musk had cast his vote for her in the special election this week, the first time the Tesla founder has ever endorsed a GOP candidate.
Musk has been vocal about his ongoing frustrations with the left on a number of political issues, including free speech. “I voted for Mayra Flores – first time I ever voted Republican. Massive red wave in 2022,” Musk tweeted on Tuesday as the Republican Flores flipped a blue district.
Flores acknowledged Musk’s endorsement with gratitude, but also praised what the business mogul has done to support the state of Texas and local communities.
“It’s not just about me, it’s about the people here in Texas District 34 that deserve prosperity in this area,” Flores told “Fox & Friends.”
“We’ve been taken for granted for a long time. Unfortunately, the Democrat Party feels entitled to our vote. And I don’t care what side you’re on, you must earn the vote of the people that elect you to be in that position.”
On June 14, Flores emerged victorious in the race for the historically blue Texas District 34. Her victory also marks the first Mexican-born woman to serve in Congress.
The family of Mayra Flores came to the United States when she was just six years old and she has relatives still living in Mexico. She shared her family’s excitement about her success.
“My father and my mother have been the most supportive parents. I wouldn’t be here without them,” she said.
Flores will be completing the term of Representative Vela before the November midterm elections where she will be facing the Democrat Representative from Texas, Vicente Gonzalez, who currently serves Texas’ 15th District.
Among the top issues for Flores is the southern border. As someone who lives in Texas and is married to a Border Patrol agent, she stressed the need to protect legal immigration and provide immigrants like her family with the best possible experience.
“I want more children like myself to have that experience,” Flores said about her move to the U.S. “I had an amazing experience coming here to the United States, and it shouldn’t be a rare experience.”
Musk announced he will vote Republican last month and has kept his word so far. Here’s what Elon Musk said: “In the past I voted Democrat, because they were (mostly) the kindness party. But they have become the party of division & hate, so I can no longer support them and will vote Republican. Now, watch their dirty tricks campaign against me unfold …”
In a second tweet, after the far-left sent hateful messages to him: “Judging by the relentless hatestream from the far left, this tweet was spot on.”
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