Musk tweets he’s selling his ‘physical possessions’ & says Tesla stock ‘too high’ – The Sun

ELON Musk said today he is selling "almost all physical possessions" and that he will not own any houses as the coronavirus crisis continues to cripple the US economy.

"Tesla stock price is too high imo," he tweeted.

Musk today also demanded that people are given "their FREEDOM" as he tweeted the words to the US national anthem.

Musk railed against the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders on his company’s earnings call earlier this week, saying the orders are “forcibly imprisoning people in their homes against all their constitutional rights.”

“People should be outraged."

Tesla’s auto plant in Fremont, California, has been closed since March 23.

An order in the San Francisco Bay Area forced Tesla to close the plant to help prevent the virus’ spread, and it was extended until the end of May.

Public health experts say the orders have reduced the number of new coronavirus cases nationwide.

There have been more than one million confirmed cases of the coronavirus in the US.

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