However, one person who was not impressed was Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC). Despite the fact that the electric carmaker’s stock had risen almost 7% after the report, she took to Twitter to express her outrage.
“This is why we can’t have nice things,” she tweeted, adding that the stock rally was “not something to celebrate.”
The reaction from Wall Street was swift, with many accusing AOC of being out of touch and overreacting to the news. Some even went so far as to suggest that her comments were driving a wedge between her and Tesla CEO Elon Musk.
The bull vs. bear debate has been raging ever since, with some arguing that AOC’s reaction was spot on and that Tesla’s stock rally was unsustainable. Others, however, have suggested that the stock will continue to soar and that AOC’s comments, while valid, were unhelpful.
For now, it looks like the relationship between AOC and Tesla is strained, with Musk taking to Twitter to respond to her comments. “It’s a good thing that Tesla is doing well, not something to be scared of,” he tweeted.
Only time will tell how the situation will play out, but it seems clear that AOC and Tesla will have to continue to agree to disagree.
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