U.S / 27.12.2021 19:03:29
Elon Musk, the CEO of Tesla, criticized California for “overregulation” and “tax overload” in a recent interview. However the multimillionaire He said he misses some things about the ‘Golden State’.
“Things are getting harder and harder to do. California used to be the land of opportunity. It has now become, and is becoming increasingly so, the land of excessive regulation, excessive litigation, excessive taxes and contempt “, He said Musk during an interview with The Babylon Bee, a satirical news website with a Christian and conservative slant.
Musk, named ‘Person of the Year’ by the magazine Time, took the opportunity to mention that the governor Gavin Newsom It could be him mover of the year because many people have left the state he runs.
“[California] eShe’s beautiful and has a lot of cool things, but it is becoming more and more difficult to do things, “he said.
Despite criticism, she said she misses some parts of her life in the state, including her friends.
“Some of my best friends are in California. I miss many aspects of California, especially my friends“Musk said.
Musk and local California officials disagreed with the measures to stop the spread of covid-19. Thus, the billionaire decided to transfer all Tesla operations to Austin, Texas.
Another advantage of moving to Texas is that the state does not collect income taxes. The richest man in the world said that in California he paid almost 11 billion dollars in taxes, “the most that a American in History “.