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‘Focus In On That’: James Lankford Tells Elon Musk To Stay In His Lane After Tesla Chief Slams Border Bill

Oklahoma Republican Sen. James Lankford on Monday criticized Tesla CEO Elon Musk after Musk slammed border security and foreign aid bills negotiated by senators. criticized.

The announcement was made by Democratic Sen. Patty Murray of Washington. sentence The bill passed Sunday night after weeks of negotiations between Lankford, Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy of Connecticut, and independent Sen. Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona.Mr. Musk broke his contract. post X, formerly known as Twitter. (Related: 'The truth is not being told here': Sparks fly as Nancy Mace battles with Martha McCallum over Senate border bill)

“The long-term goal of the so-called 'border security' bill is to allow illegal aliens to vote!” Musk posted early Monday morning. “That would be doing the exact opposite of protecting our borders.”

Lankford fired back after CNN host Jake Tapper read the post.


“I think he needs to get back to work on the 2 million Teslas that are currently being recalled to focus on that,” Lankford said. “The focus is not on getting more illegal aliens to vote. It's absurd. It's against the law for people who are not U.S. citizens to be able to vote in U.S. federal elections. It still is. is.”

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on Friday announced a major recall of 2.2 million electric vehicles because warning light fonts were difficult to read. Downloading the software can resolve the issue.

Musk visited Eagle Pass, Texas, a hotspot for illegal immigration, in September. document His travels in X.

Lankford faced withering criticism when he tried to defend the bill on X Sunday. House Republicans suggested the bill became dysfunctional soon after it was announced.

“Take the L” Florida Republican Congressman Matt Gaetz Said In the post of X.

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