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Elon Musk sends chilling Covid warning that world 'is on the path to tyranny'

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Elon Musk posted a cryptic tweet appearing to slam the US Government over their handling of the Covid pandemic."If you scare people enough, they will demand removal of freedom.

This is the path to tyranny," the CEO of SpaceX and Tesla wrote on Twitter on Thursday. It appears that he is talking about vaccine mandates and other Covid control measures throughout the US.

He may be suggesting that information about Covid has "scared" people into obeying rules. Asked how people "fight back," the tech billionaire said: "Vote them out." 'Them' being the Democratic government that implemented the rules.A stock exchange alerts account asked: "Even while the current election process seems rigged due to gerrymandering?"Musk responded: "I have a feeling that the gerrymandering will not work as well as they think."But the most bizarre was yet to come, making a Lord of the Rings-themed dig at the US Government over its handling of the pandemic.He shared a meme that showed a Lord of the Rings character holding the ring that the movie centres on.

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