As shown in the figure, some netizens showed Musk a negative report about Tesla published by the Wall Street Journal, while Musk said that the Wall Street Journal was basically a puppet of big oil companies. He also thinks Bloomberg is bad.
Musk subsequently added that the Wall Street Journal had been attacking Tesla with bogus articles for nearly a decade, but the Wall Street Journal had not exposed articles that exposed industries such as oil and coal, which were 1,000 times larger than Tesla.
Musk has a long history of dissatisfaction with the media. Last May, he also said he would start a media reputation review website and consider calling it Pravda (Pravda means truth in Russian).
Musk wants to create a website where the public can rate the core facts of any article and track the long-term credibility of every journalist, editor and publisher.
Musk believes that there is a big problem with the media at present, that is, the need to get the largest number of clicks in order to get better advertising revenue, which will affect credibility. For example, Tesla never advertises, but gasoline companies do a lot of advertising, ranking first.
Source: TechWeb Responsible Editor: Wang Fengzhi_NT2541