‘Lead Us Not Into Temptation’ Elon Musk Tease Donald Trump With Meme, Netizens Gives Mixed Reaction

Using a crude, sexually charged religious meme, Elon Musk accuses former President Donald Trump of struggling to stay away from Twitter. As a response to Trump’s rejection of Twitter’s new owner Musk’s decision to reinstate his long-banned account, Musk shared the religious meme with 118 million people on Twitter on Sunday. An image shows a monk praying as a young woman bends over in his arms – with the monk being tagged “Donald Trump” and the woman’s otherwise naked behind covered by Twitter’s blue bird.

In a line from the Lord’s Prayer, Elon Musk captioned it, “Lead us not into temptation.” “So tempting…” Elon Musk concludes, suggesting Donald Trump is suffering withdrawal symptoms after returning to his once-favoured site following a controversial poll. His own Truth Social site, where he has 4.61 million followers, is where he will stay, as opposed to his so far inactive Twitter account, which now has 87.4 million followers. Nearly 700,000 people liked and retweeted Musk’s meme on Monday morning. Jordan Peterson, a renowned psychologist, replied, You’re really pretty damn funny. It likewise, in any case, gave fuel to a considerable lot of Elon Musk’s numerous critics.

Elon Musk Teases Donald Trump With ‘ Lead Us Into Temptation’ Meme

Elon Musk posted an NSFW meme following the reinstatement of former President Donald Trump’s Twitter account, causing a big discussion on social media. Recently, the Tesla owner created a Twitter poll to determine whether the former President would return to his newly-bought social media platform. Trump’s Twitter account should be restored if Twitter users decide, as Elon wrote in his tweet, “Vox Popul, Vox Dei.”. Despite slightly more than half of the votes favouring him, Trump doesn’t seem interested in returning to the social media platform. A meme with the message “lead us not into temptation” was created by Elon Musk in response to this. It’s no secret that Elon Musk has a penchant for tweeting controversial things, and with the “lead us not into temptation” meme, he has become the centre of attention once again.

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Twitter users can still see the NSFW meme he shared on 21st November. It depicts a young woman looking seductively at a monk labelled as “Donald Trump” while the Twitter logo covers her bare posterior. Despite being lifted from his Twitter ban, Elon Musk is teasing Trump about not returning to the platform. In response to Trump’s disinterest in returning to Twitter, Elon Musk shared the controversial meme, reports the New York Post. A former president told the outlet that he did not see any reason to reinstate the former president at the Republican Jewish Coalition’s annual leadership meeting. Elon set up a 24-hour poll on Friday, asking for the people’s opinion on whether Trump should be reinstated former president Donald Trump. In addition to sharing the Latin phrase “Vox Populi, Vox Dei”, he informed Twitter users that the decision will be based on the poll results.

There were 51.8% of Twitter users supported Trump’s reinstatement. The Twitter owner’s latest joke has been met with a variety of reactions. It may seem witty to some, but it may not be to others. Atkins, a California DNC member and self-styled “progressive reformist,” argued that this was pathetic on a number of levels beyond the obvious gross misogyny. Think about what it would be like to be the richest man on earth and beg for Donald Trump’s attention and approval from alt-right ‘influencers’. Musk’s tweet was also called “utterly tasteless, sacrilegious, and vulgar” by martial arts instructor Sensei Ryan. In addition, it shows the type of man that Twitter’s new owner is, he said. The meme was interpreted in different ways, one follower asked: So are you admitting to bending down to Trump? I was just wondering.

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