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WATCH Elon Musk To Disney CEO: “Go F**K Yourself!”

It’s no secret that Elon Musk has been battling anti-free speech initiatives like the ADL and Media Matters since day one.

Groups like these have been behind the campaigns to get advertisers to leave Elon Musk’s X social media platform and are enemies of the American people.

Freedom of speech is the most sacred right, as this is the right all our other rights are contingent upon. The First Amendment is the foundation, the Second Amendment is to defend that foundation by lethal force.

The latest controversy between these rabble-rousing groups and Elon Musk comes in the form of a post he responded to earlier this month. CNBC had the details:

Musk, who has never reserved his social media posts for business matters alone, drew attention to a tweet that said Jewish people “have been pushing the exact kind of dialectical hatred against whites that they claim to want people to stop using against them.”

Musk replied to that tweet in emphatic agreement, “You have said the actual truth.”

Musk was, of course, talking about Jewish non-profit groups like the ADL who do push anti-white rhetoric and are behind virtually all efforts to censor freedom of speech in America. In no way, shape, or form did he suggest that all Jews do this.

There is no such thing as a conspiracy that spans an entire demographic of people—this is ridiculous, but try to tell me that Jonathan Greenblatt isn’t an enemy of the American people with a straight face.

A CNBC host questioned Musk on advertisers such as Disney choosing not to advertise on X, his response, pointed at Disney CEO Bob Iger in particular, consisted of three simple words:

The Verge outlined Iger’s position:

Disney is one on a growing list of companies that have stopped advertising on X, formerly known as Twitter, following antisemitic posts from Elon Musk.

During his interview at the DealBook 2023 event, Bob Iger didn’t comment on whether Disney would ever go back to advertising on X, but he had this to say about the decision:

“By him taking the position he took, we felt that the association with that position, and Elon Musk and X, was not a positive one for us.”


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