Elon Says THIS is ‘B***s***’ and ‘Morally Wrong’

Elon Musk

(TheLastPatriotNews.com) – Billionaire Elon Musk has declared working remotely from home is “morally wrong” and “b***s***.”

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In a lengthy interview on the CNBC program “Last Call,” the CEO of Tesla and Twitter argued that remote work was both a “productivity issue” and a “moral issue” simply because it couldn’t be applied to anybody who is employed.

“I’m a big believer that people need to–are more productive when they’re there in person,” Musk said, as cited by Breitbart News.

“The whole work-from-home thing, it’s sort of like, I think it’s, like, there are some exceptions, but I kind of think that the whole notion of work-from-home is a bit like, you know, the fake Marie Antoinette quote, ‘Let them eat cake.’ It’s like, it’s like, really?” the billionaire elaborated.

He dwelled on how remote work opportunities weren’t available to all workers.

“You’re going to work from home, and you’re going to make everyone else who made your car come work in the factory? You’re going to make people who make your food that gets delivered – they can’t work from home? The people that come fix your house? They can’t work from home, but you can?! Does that seem morally right? That’s messed up,” the Twitter owner said.

When asked by host David Faber if he considered remote work a moral issue, Musk used stronger language.

“Yes. It’s a productivity issue, but it’s also a moral issue. People should get off their goddamn moral high horse with this b***s*** because they’re asking everyone else to not work from home while they do. It’s wrong,” he added.

This isn’t the first time Musk, also the CEO of SpaceX, has attacked remote work before, The Washington Times points out.

In previous interviews and comments, the billionaire has revealed how he has slept in the offices of Tesla and, more recently, Twitter during periods of intense work to “inspire” his workers.

After he bought Twitter in October, Musk ended the policies of the former management that allowed “universal work from home,” thus “forcing” employees to come back to the office or quit.

He also gave a similar choice to his Tesla employees once the coronavirus pandemic’s worst period was over.

“Executives across the business sphere have become increasingly irritated with the work-from-home model and have rolled back some remote work policies,” The Times comments.

It notes that some companies, such as Amazon, have adopted a “hybrid model” in which employees must be in the office part of the time. Employers requiring workers back in the office have justified that with productivity issues.

A New York Times report shows 12% of US workers are fully remote, and 28% work remotely part of the time.