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Tesla on autopilot smashes into police car after "who owns media" comment as warning to Elon Musk

 
 
 
 
 
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Could this be a sign for Elon Musk who recently made a “who owns the media” comment?

Many accused Elon of anti-Semitism despite not mentioning its the Jews who own the media… but since they feel guilty about it, of course they are going to react.

Its like seeing a burglar in public pick pocketing someone and shouting: “Hey you! Burglar!” Who do you think its going to agitate and try to escape? The one who is guilty obviously, not the innocent people.

Its the same here… of course the Jews got agitated, because they know they own it and they know they are teaching the people all kind of degenerate debauched stuff in their media and when someone sheds light on them they are like Vampires…. they start hissing: hsssssss!

Now the interesting thing is that Israeli company Mobileye developed the autopilot software for Tesla… Sure their partnership didn’t last but they could have left a backdoor in there somewhere. And then there are also rumors that the AI autopilot is now developed in partnership with another Israeli company, Cortica.

Musk had denied working with Cortica but who knows…? Maybe he just didn’t wanna make it public at the time.

So this looks like a warning sign for Elon Musk, like “hey you better not go any further than this or else”.

This is suspicious to say the least as it comes at only 1-2 days after Elon’s media comment.

So here’s an RT report on this:

A Tesla Model S crashed into a parked police vehicle while reportedly driving on autopilot in Laguna Beach, California, injuring the Tesla driver and badly damaging the cop car.

Laguna Beach Sergeant Jim Cota said on Twitter that the cop car was unmanned at the time of the impact, while the Tesla driver sustained minor injuries. The crash happened soon after 11am Tuesday on Laguna Canyon Road. Cota told the LA Times the “police car is totalled.”

The driver told police the car was operating on autopilot at the time of the crash. Tesla’s autopilot system uses sensors, cameras, and radar to study the vehicle’s surroundings and carry out automatic functions which include emergency braking. The company describes it as being a “driver assistance system.”

“When using Autopilot, drivers are continuously reminded of their responsibility to keep their hands on the wheel and maintain control of the vehicle at all times,” Tesla said. “Tesla has always been clear that Autopilot doesn’t make the car impervious to all accidents.”

According to Cota, a Tesla on autopilot crashed into a semi-truck at the same location last April. Police are examining whether something about the area’s lane markings or topography are creating a problem for the cars’ technology, KTLA reports.

Tesla cars have been involved in a number of recent crashes involving autopilot mode. In March, a Model X hit a highway divider while on autopilot in California, killing the driver.

In Utah, a Model S in autopilot crashed into a fire truck stopped at a red light in May. Two people were injured in the crash. According to the vehicle’s data, it sped up just before hitting the truck and the driver hit the brakes seconds before impact. In January, a Model S crashed into a parked fire truck in California while on autopilot.

Tesla founder Elon Musk complained about the press coverage Tesla crashes are receiving earlier this month. “It’s super messed up that a Tesla crash resulting in a broken ankle is front page news and the ~40,000 people who died in US auto accidents alone in past year get almost no coverage,” Musk wrote about the Utah crash on Twitter.

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