Unsurprisingly, Elon Musk’s team has sent in an SEC filing calling off his multi-billion-dollar deal to buy Twitter. After personal financial troubles and struggles with Twitter due to the deal, it’s not shocking Musk would want out of a rotten deal. One interesting aspect of this situation is the fact that many pro-free speech people hailed Musk’s potential purchase of Twitter as a new era online. What many of these people missed all along were the warning signs that Musk himself has some questionable ideas and ties—and not just his plan to microchip people’s brains.
Elon Musk took to Twitter yesterday to decry the world’s population crisis and support big families. At a time when many major CEOs and companies are rushing to support abortion and act as if unborn babies are a disease to be eradicated, Musk’s pro-life stance was encouraging. On the other hand, Musk needs to do a little reconciling of his words with his actions. The billionaire’s Tesla company helps pay for employees’ out-of-state abortions, and Musk’s Tesla China branch operates under the oversight of the genocidal Chinese Communist Party. Not to mention Musk has had 9 children with three different women–not exactly the same as building a family.
I’m not saying we shouldn’t support what Musk said. But I think Elon Musk, if he is sincere, should bring his actions in line with his pro-life words.
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