As liberals grow increasingly hostile over Elon Musk’s recent purchase of Twitter, it makes very little sense to keep its headquarters in a state and in a city populated by nothing but crazed far-left whackos.
America’s largest corporations have already undergone a mass exodus from deep blue, high-taxed states to more business-friendly, low-tax, and all-around more pleasant GOP-led states — Texas being the greatest example.
One of Texas’ great landowners just made Elon an explosive offer to bring Twitter to the Lone Star State — for free!
Jim Schwertner, CEO of Schwertner Farms, has offered up 100 acres of free land as an incentive for Elon to move Twitter’s headquarters to Texas. the prime real estate just 38 miles north of Austin.
Elon Musk, Move Twitter to Schwertner, TX. 38 Miles North of Austin in Williamson County, and we will give you 100 Acres for FREE
— Jim Schwertner (@JimSchwertner1) April 26, 2022
Schwertner Farms owns more than 20,000 acres in Williamson and Bell Counties, which are close to the Tesla plant situated in Austin, Texas.
Three of Musk’s other companies — Tesla, SpaceX, and the Boring Company — are all operating in Texas.
Many GOP Governors have tempted Musk with offers to move his companies to their states, and Texas is no different. After Musk successfully acquired Twitter, even more offers came pouring in.
Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott first invited Musk to move Twitter from California to the Lone Star State after the billionaire’s purchase of the social media platform on Monday.
.@elonmusk. Bring Twitter to Texas to join Tesla, SpaceX & the Boring company.
— Greg Abbott (@GregAbbott_TX) April 25, 2022
The potential move would not be the first social media platform to come to Texas. Meta (formerly known as Facebook) has added a new major office location in downtown Austin but never before has a Big Tech company situated its main headquarters in the Lone Star State.
Twitter’s current headquarters in San Francisco reopened in March following nearly two years of working from home during the pandemic.
Musk also created a poll prior to buying Twitter to ask users, “Convert Twitter SF HQ to homeless shelter since no one shows up anyway[?]”
More than 1.5 million votes were cast, with more than 91% of respondents answering yes.
Recently, GOP Governor Ron DeSantis referred to San Fran as a “dumpster fire” of a city. This couldn’t be more true, and it appears Elon agrees!
Author: Rudolfo Possolini