Billionaire entrepreneur Elon Musk is known for his outspoken nature, and during his recent appearance on Joe Rogan’s widely-followed podcast, he didn’t hold back. Musk, who owns both Tesla and SpaceX, made a candid observation about prominent left-wing donor George Soros, stating that Soros “fundamentally opposes humanity.”
Musk argued that Soros actively supports causes that undermine the foundations of civilization. He specifically pointed to Soros’s significant financial contributions towards electing district attorneys who do not prioritize the prosecution of criminal activities.
In Musk’s view, this approach has contributed to the rise of violent crime and drug-related problems in cities like San Francisco and Los Angeles.
Despite his criticism, Musk acknowledged Soros’s intelligence, even at an advanced age. Musk asserted that Soros recognized that one need not change the laws themselves if they can place individuals in positions of power who are unwilling to enforce those laws or choose to enforce them selectively.
According to Musk, the outcome is effectively the same as attempting to amend the legal code itself.
Musk went on to reveal that Soros is the primary contributor to the Democratic Party, with Sam Bankman-Fried ranking as the second-largest donor.
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In discussing his own actions, Musk mentioned his acquisition of X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter. He stated that the motivation behind this acquisition last year was to counter what he referred to as the platform’s “damaging impact on society.”
According to Musk, Twitter had played a role in spreading what he described as the “woke ideology,” particularly during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Regarding Soros, Musk characterized him as “essentially somewhat senile at this point.” He suggested that this might explain why Soros handed control of his Open Society Foundation and his $25 billion fortune to his son, Alex.
Musk expressed concerns about the foundation’s activities, suggesting that it had caused significant disruptions worldwide. He noted that the 37-year-old successor intended to expand on its mission, with a focus on issues such as abortion and voting rights.
Musk also explained that Soros had recognized the value of supporting smaller, local election candidates over national ones. He stated that the lowest value in terms of impact is found in presidential races, followed by Senate races and then congressional races. However, Musk emphasized that the value for money is exceptionally high when it comes to supporting city and state district attorneys.