Twitter owner Elon Musk issued his own provocative tweet on Sunday, rallying conservatives in the process.

Elon Sparks Conservative Twitter With A Provocative Pronoun Switch

Twitter owner Elon Musk issued his own provocative tweet on Sunday, rallying conservatives in the process.

Twitter owner Elon Musk issued his own provocative tweet on Sunday, rallying conservatives in the process.

Early Sunday morning, Musk tweeted, “My pronouns are Prosecute/Fauci.”

He also posted a meme of Fauci whispering to Biden, “Just one more lockdown, my king.”

When a Twitter user asked in reply when Musk would release the inside documents on how Twitter censored information about COVID-19, Musk responded, “Oh it is coming bigtime.”

Twitter owner Elon Musk issued his own provocative tweet on Sunday, rallying conservatives in the process.

As of Sunday afternoon, Musk’s original tweet had garnered nearly 801,000 likes. Many conservatives did so approvingly.

GOP Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene commented, “I affirm your pronouns Elon.”

Republican Rep. Lauren Boebert added, “Now these are pronouns I can approve of! Long overdue.”

Tom Fitton, president of the watchdog group Judicial Watch, noted, “The Left’s hysterical response to @ElonMusk’s criticism of Fauci (along with slight mockery of transgender extremism) is something else. That they have so much invested in Fauci’s authoritarian approach to public policy speaks volumes.”

The conservative user Catturd tweeted of Fauci, “Nobody will ever convince me he’s not one of the most evil people in world history.”

Another user tweeted a photo of Fauci behind bars, and said that should be the next “lockdown.”

The Hodge Twins responded, “You found messages between Twitter execs and our govt. (Fauci and team) pushing for censorship of anyone that didn’t go along with their narrative on Covid?”

Buzz Patterson, a former Air Force officer and a GOP congressional candidate from California, posted, “Can’t wait to see what the Twitter files show on that maniac!”

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