By Jack Morse
Elon Musk is sick and tired of all these rules meant to slow the spread of the coronavirus, and you’d better believe the innovator is going to do something about it. Specifically, that something would be threatening to move Tesla headquarters somewhere like Texas. Or maybe Nevada.
The Tesla CEO had planned to reopen his Fremont, California, plant Friday, only to be told by Alameda County that, no, the local shelter-in-place order remains in effect and that he will have to wait until at least June 1. Local health officials, it seems, don’t consider Musk’s business essential.
“Restoring all daily activities too soon risks a rapid spike in cases and would jeopardize the relative stability we’ve seen in our health and hospital system,” the …