translated from Spanish: Evo Morales responded to Elon Musk’s tweets about the coup

Several days ago Elon Musk used Twitter to release statements in controversially. First, supporting Kanye West in his election campaign to be president of the United States. Today, he wrote a tweet about the Bolivian coup d’ét in 2019.» We’ll hit whoever we want! However, he replied to Armani Salado, a film actor who accused him of supporting the coup to obtain lithium from Bolivia. To this, Evo replied with a strong tweet.

.@elonmusk, owner of the largest electric car factory, says of the coup in #Bolivia: «We will hit whoever we want.»
Another proof that the blow was by Bolivian lithium; and two massacres as balance. We will always defend our resources! pic.twitter.com/T0O1tReJaj — Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo)
July 25, 2020

«Elon Musk, owner of the largest electric car factory, says of the coup in Bolivia: ‘We will hit whoever we want,'» he wrote. «Another proof that the blow was by Bolivian lithium; and two massacres as balance. We will always defend our resources!» After the first tweet, Elon Musk, owner of Tesla, claimed that the lithium they use for electric cars is extracted from Australia, not Bolivia.A few minutes later, Evo Morales quoted an article from The New York Times showing the ten countries that handled the pandemic worst. Among them is Bolivia.

The @nytimes confirms that #Bolivia is among the 10 countries in the world that run the pandemic worst.
The de facto government did not take control measures in four months of quarantine. Use the #Coronavirus to extend and assault the state. He’s not interested in life or health. pic.twitter.com/Lq4LmEdigZ — Evo Morales Ayma (@evoespueblo)
July 25, 2020

«The de facto government did not take control measures in four months of quarantine. Use the coronavirus to extend and assault the state. He is not interested in life or health,» wrote the former Bolivian member.
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