Musk Questions Justice Department, Bon Jovi Bassist Dead and More News

Elon Musk questions Justice Department over not revealing Epstein and Maxwell’s client list, Bon Jovi bassist Alex John Such has died, Tampa Bay Rays players remove pride logos, and more top stories making news.

Elon Musk questions why “leaking” DOJ hiding client list of Epstein and Maxwell

In a Twitter post on Saturday, Elon Musk took the Department of Justice (DOJ) to task for withholding the client list of convicted sex offenders Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell from the public.

Musk shared a meme on Twitter captioned with “things I’ll never see in my life” that showed a dragon, a Tyrannosaurus rex, a unicorn, and text that read “the Epstein/Maxwell client list.”

Musk wrote: “Only thing more remarkable than DOJ not leaking the list is that no one in the media cares. Doesn’t that seem odd?”

Musk added a quip later:

The Daily Mail wrote: “The DOJ came under fire after it was revealed it conducted leaks and borderline aggressive investigations on reporters and adversaries of then-President Trump.”

Musk remarks on economy, Biden slaps back

Last week, Musk told his Tesla executives he had a “super bad feeling” about the economy.

Biden snapped back to reporters who questioned him on Musk’s comment, with the president quipping: “So, you know, lots of luck on his trip to the Moon.”

Musk responded by sharing an article that his SpaceX company will be providing the US government’s space program with rockets for its upcoming Artemis program to send astronauts to the moon, Fox reported.

Founding Bon Jovi bassist Alex John Such has died at 70

Bassist Alex John Such, a founding member of the band Bon Jovi, with singer John Bon Jovi, has died at the age of 70. Such was a member of a group in its heyday from 1983 to 1994 and also joined the band for its induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2018, Today reported. John Bon Jovi made the announcement on Sunday, no details about the circumstances of Such’s death were revealed.

Multiple Tampa Bay Rays players remove pride logos from uniforms, citing faith

In recognition of Pride Month, the Tampa Bay Rays baseball team added pride flags to players’ uniforms and caps. However, multiple members of the team refused to wear the logos in a game against the Chicago White Sox on Saturday night, citing religious reasons. Several players elected “to peel off the burst logo and wear the standard hat,” the Tampa Bay Times reported.

Pitcher Jason Adam stated: “It’s not judgmental…we love these men and women, we care about them, and we want them to feel safe and welcome here.”