Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk is a consistent source of candid observations, and he held nothing back on Tuesday. On Joe Rogan’s popular podcast, the Tesla and SpaceX owner observed that radical leftist donor George Soros “fundamentally hates humanity.”
Musk declared Soros pursued ends “that erode the fabric of civilization.” He specifically noted pouring millions into getting district attorneys elected who have no interest in prosecuting criminal acts.
He asserted that this led to rampant violent crime and drug issues plaguing San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Musk described Soros as a smart man despite his advanced age. The leftist megadonor realized that it is not necessary to change the laws themselves if you put people in office who will not enforce them or enforce them differently.
The result, he correctly said, is the same as mounting a campaign to change the legal code itself.
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Musk told Rogan that Soros is the number one contributor to the Democratic Party. “The second one was Sam Bankman-Fried.”
The owner of X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, said he purchased the popular social media platform for a specific reason. Last year’s acquisition was to end what he called the medium’s “corrosive effect on civilization.”
He said the platform was responsible for spreading the “woke mind virus,” particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
As for Soros, Musk said he is “basically a bit senile at this point.” This could explain why he turned over control of his Open Society Foundation and his $25 billion fortune to his son, Alex.
That foundation is responsible for much havoc around the world, and his 37-year-old successor pledged to expand on its mission. Besides supporting DAs with no interest in upholding the law, he said he will focus on abortion and voting rights.
The elder Soros learned, Musk explained to Rogan, that value is in supporting smaller election candidates over national ones. “The lowest value is a presidential race. Then the next lowest value for money is a Senate race, then a Congress.”
However, when that money is spent on city and state district attorneys, “the value for the money is extremely good.”