Elon Musk Delivers Epic Retort to Mark Kelly’s Twin Brother, Scott, Who Tried to Lecture Him About ‘Prosecute/Fauci’ Pronouns

Elon Musk tonight delivered an epic retort to the brother of U.S. Sen Mark Kelly (D-AZ), Scott Kelly, who tried to lecture him about the “Prosecute/Fauci” pronouns he tweeted earlier.

Kelly, who is also a retired astronaut, urged Musk in a quote tweet, “.@elonmusk Elon, please don’t mock and promote hate toward already marginalized and at-risk-of-violence members of the #LGBTQ+ community.”

“They are real people with real feelings. Furthermore, Dr Fauci is a dedicated public servant whose sole motivation was saving lives,” Kelly insisted.

Musk declared in response, “I strongly disagree. Forcing your pronouns upon others when they didn’t ask, and implicitly ostracizing those who don’t, is neither good nor kind to anyone.”

“As for Fauci, he lied to Congress and funded gain-of-function research that killed millions of people. Not awesome imo,” Musk stated.

Kelly has been a strong supporter of Ukraine and regularly tweets about the war, criticizing Russian President Vladimir Putin.

As we previously reported, Kari Lake, who continues to contest the results of the 2022 Arizona gubernatorial election, sounded off over Musk’s release of his pronouns.

It would seem that perhaps in the old days of Twitter, Lake would be in trouble for many of the tweets that she has been making lately so she seems appreciative of the ability to speak freely on the platform, we noted in the report.

Musk responded to a tweet by Lake prior to his response to Kelly in regards to her continued challenge to the results.

Lake shared a screenshot of a tweet and asked, “Is Twitter still suppressing election criticism & news? Notice how the ReTweet/Comment/Like features are disabled on the tweet about my Election Lawsuit? @elonmusk what’s up with this??”

Musk told her, “Reasonable criticism of elections and judicial challenges are, of course, lawful. That seems to be the case here. Clear incitement to violence will result in suspension and significant deception should result in a @CommunityNotes correction.”


  1. Go Elon! Until about 2018, I had compassion for the alphabet people…not because I thought they were systematically mistreated but because I believed (and still do) that from gays to trans to drag queens, they are all emotionally ill. Public and clinical denial of their mental illness means they get no treatment BECAUSE they do no research because the people in power want no cure…even though many who suffer DO want “normal.” The psychology field is a joke (spoken from one with a psychology degree) and in the main, NOT science. Sexual deviants are over represented in the APA, and they have declared sick people well by fiat.

    But as a GROUP I have become sick of all alphabet people and their IEPO mentality (IEPO=Infinitely Entitled, Perpetually Offended). The raging audacity of a tiny fraction of the population demanding that the entire English-speaking world upend the structure of the English to accommodate their mental illness is beyond outrageous. That the inmates running the DC and media asylums agree shows they are all clinically narcissistic to the point of full-on insanity. When it comes to the IEPO’s constant whining, my pronouns are “I don’t care.”

  2. …and who cares what Mark Kelly thinks?

    1. ….or is it Scott Kelly. Whatever. Still, who cares.

  3. I’m mostly serious when I ask “Are the Kelly Twins part of the reptilian infiltration into our upper echelon of government and military?”

  4. Will the American People ever see real justice for the decades of crimes and treason committed by the “Uni-party swamp?”

  5. A conservative point of view is not automatically hate speech neither is criticism. I would not stop you writing anything what so ever. But know if you do, be prepared to receive backlash. Big Boy pants recommended.

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