High-Stakes Showdown: Musk, Peltz, and Trump Unite in Battle Against Biden’s Administration


The news of an alliance between Elon Musk, Nelson Peltz, and Donald Trump the former president is fascinating.

We reported Musk’s March meeting with Trump. There are now more details on the meeting which was reported to have taken place at Peltz mansion. They were joined by their sons: Barron and Diesel, as well as Musk’s toddler son X. Other wealthy and powerful individuals were also said to be present.

The billionaires informed Trump of a massive data-driven project they were working on to ensure that votes are counted fairly. This was a subject of great concern to Trump.

According to the report, the billionaires told Trump about a plan they had to contact powerful networks in order to convince influential people to not support Joe Biden. Musk and other people who hold similar views have organized meetings with powerful businessmen to encourage them to not support Biden.

Musk is a vocal critic of Biden, and the woke ideology. Musk has also been on the receiving end of investigations by the Biden administration since he acquired the X platform and became a critic. The left was not happy that any social media platform, let alone one as powerful in terms of information, like Twitter and now X, had slipped out of their hands.

Musk hasn’t yet endorsed Trump, but has talked with him on a regular basis since their March meeting about topics such as illegal immigration, science, high-tech, and the Space Force.

Trump is reportedly considering giving Musk a loose advisory position on border issues and the economy, “similar to the former Marvel Chairman Ike Perlmutter” who helped shape policies at the Department of Veterans Affairs. It is not formal and hasn’t yet been decided.

Peltz founded Trian Partners and has endorsed Trump due to immigration concerns and his concern about Joe Biden’s mental condition. It sounds like Peltz is seeing the same thing that most people have with Biden: that he just doesn’t know what he’s doing.

Musk will continue to host salon-style gatherings to oppose Biden.

Musk hosted a secret dinner in April with around 12 business leaders from Los Angeles. According to sources familiar with the situation, guests included Peltz, venture capitalist Peter Thiel, former Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin, and media mogul Rupert Murdoch. He is chairman emeritus at News Corp., which owns The Wall Street Journal. Puck, a news outlet, had reported the event earlier.

The group met at David Sacks’s 11,000-square foot modern farmhouse, located atop Hollywood Hills. Musk and Sacks collaborated on PayPal years ago.

Although I wish the report had not been released, it’s good to see that people with money and power are finally stepping up to help fight this madness. The Biden team is likely to focus more attention on Musk and Peltz. It shows how far we have fallen when people are being chased for opposing those in power.

It sounds like they are doing what is needed — to get people to stand and say “Enough Already.” Musk is not shy to stand up for freedom of speech. He has called out Joe Biden’s failures in regards to illegal immigration, and the dangers associated with the “woke-mind virus.” It’s not surprising that Musk is bringing up Biden and rallying his supporters against him. It takes courage when the government can use its power to intimidate you.