Elon Musk wants to name his journalist-rating site after Communist newspaper

WASHINGTON DC- FEBRUARY 03 SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk talks with White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon at the beginning of a policy forum with U.S. President Donald Trump in the State Dining Room at the White House

Elon Musk wants to name his journalist-rating site after Communist newspaper

Andrew J. Hawkins, a transportation reporter with tech website The Verge, tweeted that Musk was slowly transforming into a media-baiting Trump figure "screaming irrationally about fake news".

Elon Musk, barely a month after his behavior on an earnings call shook investor confidence, hit out on Twitter with a series of combative posts this week, leaving many scratching their heads at best and prompting scrutiny from US labor regulators at worst.

Musk continued along this path, with a dubious tweet about the media's relationship with advertisers from the gas and diesel industry. "Musk didn't seem to mind the media when it was churning out fawning profiles of him", she notes.

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In his "big media companies" tweet, Musk included a link to an Electrek.Co article titled, "Tesla (TSLA) could rally as media negativity is "increasingly immaterial", says Baird".

The website would be called "Pravda", the Russian word for "truth" and also the name of the official newspaper of the Soviet Union's Communist Party.

Musk ended the Wednesday tweetstorm with a sideswipe against the UAW, which has been trying to organize workers at Tesla's Fremont, California, plant.

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In his tweet, Musk also defended Tesla's safety record, arguing, "Our safety record is 2X better than when plant was UAW & everybody already gets healthcare".

The rant appears to have been prompted by a high volume of negative reports about Tesla of late, which the CEO feels are unfair.

It was this tweet, more than anything else that Musk tweeted, that appeared to have immediate real-world effect, as the threat to remove worker benefits following unionization could be interpreted as a violation of labor law, according to a former National Labor Relations Board chief cited by Bloomberg. In a series of tweets, Musk mocked the media and polled his followers to see what they thought of the Prava idea.

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The electric-car maker has been fighting negative press for several months over production bottlenecks for its Model 3 sedan, crashes involving its cars and doubts raised by Wall Street over its cash position.

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