Texas says Tesla plant California doesn’t want Musk: Thank you very much

BEIJING, Dec. Musk tweeted that he was “very grateful” for the county’s proposal. In a letter, Judge Richard Cortez of Hidalgo County, Texas, wrote that the county has a workforce that can quickly train and start making cars for Tesla.

He noted that the county had ended home segregation. Musk retweeted the letter on Twitter and replied, “Thank you very much.”

Texas says Tesla plant California doesn't want Musk: Thank you very much

Tesla’s California plant resumed production Sunday, in violation of local authorities’ home quarantine order, local media reported. Musk tweeted: “I will be on the front line like everyone else, and if I want to arrest anyone, I’m asking to arrest me.” “