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Elon Musk set off a firestorm again this morning on Twitter as he called out the far left for hating “everyone, themselves included.”

As he often does, Musk later added a side note, this time a little over 15 minutes later, where he noted that he’s “no fan” of the “far right either.”

“The far left hates everyone, themselves included!” Musk declared in the first tweet.

Musk then added, “But I’m no fan of the far right either. Let’s have less hate and more love.”

Replies came in fast and furious, with U.S. House Rep Lauren Boebert (R-CO) responding before he added the second part.

“Misery loves company!” Boebert insisted.

Left-wing journalist Yashar Ali also replied to Musk before he added the side note and asked, “What’s your definition of ‘far left’ — is there a member of Congress you would consider part of the ‘far left’?”

While Musk didn’t respond to Ali, many did, by telling him various members of Congress they believe are part of the “far left.”

“The squad. Their policies are so regressive that the fact that they think they are ‘progressive’ is laughable,” one user replied.

Another told him, “AOC. Sanders, Talib. Most of the Californian democrat reps and senators.”

As we reported yesterday, Musk blamed the far left for him moving from left of center to right of center and he also said that he had previously supported Barack Obama for president.

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