Billionaire genius, inventor and philanthropist Elon Musk has said that neither he nor his family will be taking a Covid-19 vaccine.
Speaking on the New York Times opinion podcast “Sway” Mr. Musk told host Kara Swisher “I’m not at risk, neither are my kids,” before he went on to decry the global Covid-19 lockdown as a “no-win situation” that has “diminished my faith in humanity.”
RT reported that Musk had previously hit out at governments decisions to lockdown their countries as “unethical” and “de facto house arrest”.
The 49-year-old billionaire CEO of SpaceX and Tesla also hit out at fellow multi-billionaire Bill Gates, referencing Gate’s criticism of Musk for his scepticism of the official narrative on the Covid-19 virus.
The founder of Microsoft Musk did not know much about vaccines and said he hoped that the SpaceX head “doesn’t confuse areas he’s not involved in too much.”
Referencing Gates’ comments Musk said “‘Hey, knucklehead, we actually make the vaccine machines for CureVac, that company you’re invested in.”
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