GOP POTUS Candidates Refuse to Condemn Elon Musk's Antisemitism
Republican presidential candidate Ron DeSantis clashed with CNN host Jake Tapper over Elon Musk's anti-Semitic social media posts. De Santis, Trump, and even Niki Haley are refusing to condemn the richest man in the world's series of antisemitic statements and highlighting them by rabid Jewish hate mongers on his X Social Media Platform.
Yet, most importantly, Elon Musk has publicly endorsed on his X social media platform an antisemitic conspiracy theory popular among White supremacists: that Jewish communities push "hatred against Whites."
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The crystal clear overt thumbs up to an antisemitic Musk's post shocked even some of Musk's critics, who have long called him out for using racist or otherwise bigoted dog whistles X. The mega billionaire's most explicit public statement yet endorsing anti-Jewish views is triggering the organization of new Jewish defense militia as thousands of American Jews recognize the campaign against Jews here in the United States is starting to resemble that which rose during the 1920s in Germany with both the rise of fascism and Nazism.
Musk's latest antisemitism was in response to a post-Wednesday that said Jewish communities "have been pushing the exact kind of dialectical hatred against whites that they claim to want people to stop using against them."
The post also referenced "hordes of minorities" flooding Western countries, a popular antisemitic conspiracy theory.
It's the kind of post you can find easily on X these days and likely would have gone unnoticed had Musk, with more than 160 million followers, not re-shared the post with the comment: "You have said the actual truth."
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Jews and Jewish organizations around the world have begun calling for a boycott of Elon Musk's X social media platform and other businesses like Tesla—the number of Christians and Jews openly accusing Elon Musk of going full Nazi is growing exponentially.
Confronted with Musk's recent antisemitism and fascist-white nationalism, Republicans, including its current primary candidates for President, are refusing to call out against Musk's Nazi rhetoric which could eliminate Jewish support for GOP candidates from dog catcher to President in the 2024 election.
Musk's antisemitic comments echo the conspiracy in the final written words of Robert Bowers, the convicted murderer of 11 people at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburgh in 2018. His last social media post said that a Jewish nonprofit dedicated to aiding refugees "likes to bring invaders in that kill our people." The mass shooting was the deadliest attack against Jews in American history.
Musk, in subsequent posts on his increasingly fascist and antisemitic X social media website, expounded on his views. He recently wrote that he does not believe hatred of White people extends "to all Jewish communities." But then he singled out the Anti-Defamation League, claiming that it promotes racism against White people.
Elon Musk believes the Anti-Defamation League has waged a campaign that has resulted in a substantial advertising boycott of X.
Jonathan A. Greenblatt is the CEO of ADL (Anti-Defamation League), and its sixth National Director has repeatedly attempted to speak with Elon Musk and has asserted that ADL has never promoted or called for an advertising boycott of X. Musk refuses to let go of his antisemitic lies and in doing so is creating a backlash amongst Jewish Republicans, Independents that are increasingly furious with both Musk and the Republican candidates who are running for local, state and federal office in 2024.
X and the growingly fascist Nazi Musk have not responded to dozens of well-known and regarded reporter's requests for comments.
Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the ADL, wrote that "it is indisputably dangerous to use one's influence to validate and promote antisemitic theories."
Meanwhile, the Biden White House has quickly weighed in on both the reposted tweet by Elon Musk and his follow-up tweets.
White House spokesperson Andrew Bates said Friday in a statement.
"We condemn this abhorrent promotion of Antisemitic and racist hate in the strongest terms."
"It is unacceptable to repeat the hideous lie behind the most fatal act of Antisemitism in American history at any time, let alone one month after the deadliest day for the Jewish people since the Holocaust."
The Atlantic's Yair Rosenberg earlier this year, regarding another incident in which Musk trumpeted antisemitic statements,
"It's doubtful that Musk harbors personal hatred toward Jewish people. But he is a conspiracy theorist, and the arc of conspiracy is short and bends toward the Jews."
We, the editors and publisher of Wall Street Rebel, recognize a White Nationalist Fascist Nazi when we see her and read one. Instead of identifying this dangerous man for the evil he represents, some are trying to blame Musk's antisemitism on the free fall Twitter has taken in its following, revenues, and value as it has become one of the most antisemitic, racist, and sources of hatred and lies - social media platforms in the world.
The unwillingness to see Musk as being a racist antisemite is supported by two popular books out now about Musk, one an authorized biography by Walter Isaacson and another an unauthorized story by Ben Mezrich.
In recent weeks, Mezrich has told several interviewers about how "Elon Musk broke Twitter, and Twitter broke Elon Musk."
It's a punchy line, and I'm sure it's accurate in some ways. Mezrich describes how the chaotic Twitter takeover forever marred Musk's reputation as a modern-day Thomas Edison, with Americans now deeply divided over whether he's a genius or a hack. Mezrich says that Musk has been anguished by the backlash, including getting booed onstage at a comedy show and feeling so depressed that X employees considered calling the police to do a wellness check on him.
Making no mention of Musk's growing racism and antisemitism, his statement may be only half right. There's plenty of evidence that Musk broke Twitter — gutted, rebranded, tanked its revenue, and made it unrecognizable to its most active users. But Musk was at this long before, spreading countless conspiracy theories, particularly around the Covid pandemic. It's this and the growing White Nationalist, Neo-Nazis, and fascist American movements that continue to implode Musk's investment in X.
He bought Twitter to have a space, safe only for himself and his admirers, to broadcast broken ideas and outright conspiracies of lies. His decision to allow lies about the January 6, 2021 insurrection will only make his financial losses from X continue. He's not alone. Meta's financial position is now in peril by Mark Zuckerberg's decision to allow these lies and conspiracies to be used in paid advertising and posted by users.