Last Updated on February 27, 2023
Elon Musk called out the anti-White and anti-Asian corporate media apparatus in a post he made to his Twitter platform over the weekend.
Twitter CEO Elon Musk called out the anti-white, racist behavior of America’s corporate media industry after cartoonist Scott Adams was “canceled” by multiple publications. Adams, the creator of the “Dilbert” comic strip, dared to stand up for white people in an online video after a Rasmussen poll indicated that nearly half of black Americans believe it isn’t “okay to be white.”
“[Scott] Adams was horrified that a poll of black people showed only half believe ‘it’s OK to be white,'” @monitoringbias posted to Twitter, along with a retweet of a San Francisco Chronicle report, fanning the flames against Adams and implying that he’s a racist.
“He called this hate and recommended white people live far away from blacks,” @monitoringbias explained. “MSM verdict: Adams is a racist, but not the 20 million black people who think it’s not OK to be white.”
“The media is racist,” tweeted Elon Musk in response @monitoringbias., before taking a deeper dive in a follow-up response and lashing out at America’s left-wing media monopolies for attacking whites and Asians both on a regular basis.
“For a *very* long time, US media was racist against non-white people, now they’re racist against whites & Asians,” Musk tweeted.
“Same thing happened with elite colleges & high schools in America,” he added.
“Maybe they can try not being racist.”
While Musk’s response generated outrage from left-wing Twitter users and political activists, it garnered far more overall approval from what may be referred to as “normal people,” a trend among many of Musk’s actions and statements since taking the helm at Twitter, a platform that’s long been known for rampant censorship and anti-white behavior among its leadership and moderators.
Musk has been outspoken against other forms of “woke” racism and the globalist movements behind it, calling “woke capital” ESG programs “satanic” and ripping into the globalist World Economic Forum ahead of its Davos summit earlier this year.