Another week, another perplexing Twitter tirade from Tesla Inc. (TSLA) CEO Elon Musk.

In a series of tweets into the evening hours Wednesday, Musk proposed the creation of a website he would call "Pravda," a media credibility ranking site that would allow the public to score journalists for their truthfulness.

Musk then crusaded for the democratic need of a free and fair press while also criticizing modern day "media." He scolded reporters for writing specific points-of-views for specific audiences, then flat out said the media should ask for support because they have a platform.

I've written extensively about Musk and Tesla, but I have never once lied. Sure, I've included my opinion at times, but only in this column -- which is an opinion column.

In yet another Twitter rant, Elon Musk has proven himself a man unhinged. If you think these tweets won't come back to bite him someday, you're the dumbest on Wall Street.

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