Many believe one of the great villains of modern times is billionaire George Soros, who has used his fortune to fund far-left causes and candidates and undermine family, faith and law and order in America.
Recently, X-Space X-Tesla CEO Elon Musk sat down for an extended interview with podcast king Joe Rogan and shared his opinion of Soros.
During the “Joe Rogan Experience” podcast, Musk shared he purchased the Twitter, now branded X, platform to save it from censorship and “far-left” influencers such as George Soros.
RTM previously reported that last fall, Musk purchased Twitter for $44 billion, declaring he intended to reinstate free speech. Musk’s move was praised by conservatives who often experienced suspensions for posting right-leaning content.
Holding little back, Musk said, “In my opinion, [Soros] fundamentally hates humanity.”
Supporting his supposition, Musk added: “He’s doing things that erode the fabric of civilization. Getting [district attorneys] elected who refused to prosecute crime, that’s part of the problem in San Francisco and LA and other cities. So why would you do that?”
Notably, crime has spiked in counties where Soros-funded candidates have taken office and implemented progressive policies.
Soros is known to support groups that undermine national values and incite violence.
Musk noted how Soros has worked to negatively impact America by influencing county and state-level judicial and government races: “The lowest value for money is a presidential race,” Musk said. “Then next lowest value for money is a Senate race, then a Congress.”
Musk added: “But once you get to sort of city and state district attorneys, the value [is] extremely good. Soros realized that you don’t actually need to change the laws. You just need to change how they’re enforced.”
According to Musk, far-left talking points cannot be well defended and referred to advocates of Soros’ initiatives as part of a “mind virus” or “death cult.”
Citing a New York Times profile on environmental activism, Musk claimed that social movements that breed chaos and disorder and environmental extremism that “views humanity as a plague” are both dangerous and indefensible.
Musk argued, “They’ve gone way too far. If you start thinking that humans are bad, then the natural conclusion is that humans should die out,” he argued.
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