Last Updated on November 29, 2023
Elon Musk left a New York Times interviewer speechless when he told him that if Zionist blackmailers think they can use advertising boycotts to bully him into suppressing free speech on his X platform, then they can “go f***” themselves.
Musk repeatedly told Zionist and left-wing advertisers obsessed with halting the rise of free speech on X to “go f*** yourself” during an interview with New York Times columnist Andrew Sorkin, leaving Sorkin completely speechless as he apparently struggled to comprehend the fact that corporate media and their usual accomplices have been unable to force Musk into submission.
If prospective advertisers have a problem with free speech on the X platform, then “Don’t advertise,” Musk explained.
“If someone is going to try and blackmail me with advertising, blackmail me with money, go f*** yourself,” said Musk. “Go f*** yourself, is that clear?” he went on.
“Hey Bob, if you’re in the audience, that’s how I feel, don’t advertise,” Musk added, apparently in reference to left-wing Disney CEO Bob Iger, after the disgraced entertainment corporation announced that it would no longer advertise on the X platform, claiming that being associated with free speech is not “a positive” for Disney.
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Since virtually the very moment that Musk took over X, the platform formerly known as Twitter, vowing to smash through the censors and bring free speech back to the mainstream internet, anti-speech advertisers, led by the left-wing Anti-Defamation League, have been attempting to use advertising boycotts and other financial means to force Musk to return to the platform’s notorious old censorship regime.
Disturbingly, the ADL, which is a Jewish organization, is so obsessed with labeling internet speech as anti-Jewish “hate speech” that they called for the Holy Bible to be banned from X, claiming that the religious text is part of an “antisemitic conspiracy theory.”
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