Twitter is facing more than 775 counts of discrimination from former staff—including but not limited to gender, disability, and family leave discrimination.
But in true Elon Musk fashion, he refuses to assume responsibility and claims no wrongdoing on his company's part.
According to right-leaning conservative Center for the Study of Partisanship and Ideology (CSPI) president Richard Hanania:
“Twitter being sued by former employees."
"They assert 605 cases of gender discrimination and 170 cases of disability and family leave discrimination."
“Elon Musk has sure been discriminating a lot in such a short period of time.”
Responding in kind to Hanania's mocking stance, Musk replied:
“But if you discriminate against everyone, then, tautologically, you’re not discriminating against anyone!”
This isn't the first time a Musk led organization was cited for discrimination.
A jury ordered Tesla to pay over $3 million in a racial discrimination case. 240 more Black workers are seeking class action status to bring suit against Tesla over what's described as rampant racism at Tesla.
Users of Musk's social media platform were not amused—but also not surprised.
A recent valuation of Twitter had it at one-third the value of when Musk took over the platform.
Given Musk's track record with discrimination cases, Twitter may be worth even less soon.