In what looks like a coordinated attack from Mark Spiegel, Montana Skeptic, and others, Pulitzer Prize winner and Wall Street Journal's auto reviewer Dan Neil deleted his Twitter account after writing a glowing review of the Model 3 Performance version. It appears that short sellers were completely blindsided this week by a combination of the WSJ's review and Munro's teardown revelations. In both the review's comment section and Dan Neil's twitter, he was criticized harshly in what presumably looks like a mountain of frustration unleashed by short sellers. Dan Neil, being an tough but honest automotive review defended himself in both places. Considering the comment section of any news article can be like the wild west, especially in an article like this, Dan must've had a fervent resolve in believing what he wrote. Others even reacted with surprise to his bravery. Still others expressed their support or were positively receptive to his review. However today, after hours of harassment from short sellers over trivial things like why he hasn't test driven the barely available I-Pace (especially given that this is his first review of the Model 3), Dan Neil deleted his Twitter account. Multiple people have taken note of this, including Montana Skeptic who boomed with pride calling Dan a "worshiper". This is especially curious as Dan Neil famously bet against Elon Musk that Tesla wouldn't be able to deliver a practical EV to its customers by the end of 2012, the Model S. Upon Tesla fulfilling their promises, Dan made good on the friendly bet and donated $1000 to Doctors without Borders. But given how haters have been seriously critical over these mysterious "Musk Bros" attacking anyone who Elon Musk disagrees with on Twitter, I felt it was important to bring this to light to a larger audience. In fact it makes me wonder... Are those "Musk Bros" even Elon fans? Or perhaps it's yet another smear campaign launched by haters. Post thoughts, feelings, or more information below.