When a Twitter user openly challenged Elon Musk last July and questioned whether he was capable of providing clean water to residents in Flint, Michigan, he responded and pledged his commitment to the cause, which sparked a campaign to help the citizens who have been neglected by local and state governments. Now, he is making good on that promise.
Musk has been all over the media lately since he called out the Security and Exchange Commission last week, referring to how they can manipulate the markets with their government influence. Last Thursday, Musk referred to the SEC as the Shortseller Enrichment Commission after he was fined millions.
However, another tweet involving Musk went out on the same day, but it didn't fit the current narrative in the mainstream media to smear the billionaire, so it got almost no coverage.