Last Friday was a hellacious day for Elon Musk. After puffing a blunt, sipping whiskey, and wielding a sword on Joe Rogan?s live-stream podcast Thursday evening, Tesla?s stock dropped nine percent and two high-profile executives abruptly quit. Then, on Friday night, Fox Business Insider and CNBC reported that the U.S. Air Force is looking into Musk?s alleged cannabis-use, putting his government security clearance at risk.
On Saturday, Sept. 9, however, Reuters reported the opposite. Captain Hope Cronin, a U.S. Air Force spokesperson, said the media reports stating that Musk?s security clearance was under investigation was inaccurate. Neither CNBC or Fox Business Insider revealed who gave the...
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