George Takei sums up the situation between Andrew Tate and Greta Thunberg perfectly

icon and activist George Takei enjoy the delicious moment when karma came Andrew Tate in the form of a young climate activist Greta Thunberg.

The outspoken actor tweeted, “So… Elon Musk left Andrew Tate on Twitter and Tate promptly used it to reveal his whereabouts in Romania, who then arrested him. All because Greta Thunberg owned him so much that his little pee fell off. Am I right? Please say I have that right.”

Takei’s comment about the domino effect Twitter has been having on biased provocateurs lately is spot on. Elon Musk’s red carpet welcome to previously banned content creators on Twitter appears to have backfired and spelled out their downfall.

Tate is the last to hit the tweet button and self-destruct. He does, however, follow in the footsteps of Kanye ‘Ye’ West, who has the dubious credit of having blown up his career and multi-billion dollar fortune with an anti-Semitic tweet.

Tate’s youth, who was bragging to Thunberg about his prolific carbon emissions, saw him collide with a circular saw. The Swedish teenager minced the ‘king of misogyny’ back with the distinctive clapping, ‘Please enlighten me. email me [email protected]”

Tate’s problems escalated when he posted a moronic reply to Thunberg that inadvertently alerted authorities to his secret whereabouts through a pizza box. Tate and his brother Tristan are under investigation for alleged human trafficking and rape. Both brothers have since been arrested and imprisoned.

Recent developments are amazing. Tate could have avoided his troubles if he hadn’t engaged in a mental battle with a teenager on Twitter and lost resoundingly. On the plus side, Elon may be on to something.

A user named Dale Kirby urged Takei to lighten the head twit a bit and consider that he might have the makings of an unintentional hero: “Don’t underestimate Elon’s penchant for inadvertently doing something good for the world.”

Georgie Bingham likened Thunberg’s response to a golfer’s hole-in-one, adding, “Isn’t that brilliant?”

Lisa Catara was more scathing in her remarks, suggesting that Tate was a likely candidate for an unfavorable award: “Do we want to submit the Darwin Award nomination now or wait?”

Andrew Tate is quickly becoming a cautionary tale for content creators who use their platforms to spread dangerous propaganda for attention and profit.

Further developments on his arrest will be available shortly. George Takei sums up the situation between Andrew Tate and Greta Thunberg perfectly

Lindsay Lowe

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