Elon Musk Says George Soros Hates Humanity

Elon Musk Says George Soros Hates Humanity

Elon Musk just said that George Soros hates humanity. Check out the latest on the matter below.

Soros hates humanity, Musk says

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Musk said the following: “You assume they are good intentions. They are not. He wants to erode the very fabric of civilization. Soros hates humanity.”

Here’s how the discussion continued: 

The New York Post wrote an interesting piece on Soros back in January.

They noted that Soros spent more than $40 million on installing left-wing DAs and other officials in big cities around the country. The candidates he backed and their allies now represent at least one-fifth of Americans and include crime-lovers like Manhattan’s own Alvin “Let ‘Em Loose” Bragg; Philly’s Larry Krasner, whose “reforms” brought 516 homicides in 2022; LA’s George Gascón, whose city has seen burglaries skyrocket; and Chicago’s Kim Foxx, who initially let two gangbangers skate for a daylight shootout amid horrific crime numbers.

“Soros’ nonprofit empire counts topline journos at NBC, the Washington Post, and Reuters as members of its various boards. He’s a huge giver to ProPublica and to NPR and spent at least $131 million from 2016 to 2020 to back literally hundreds of activist media groups that promote his lefty views on crime, gender and capitalism — as well as handily stepping in to dismiss all criticism of the billionaire as somehow being anti-Semitic.”

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Elon Musk in the news

Just to refresh your memory, back in December, Elon Musk put his job as Chief Twit up to a vote on Twitter, and 57.5% of users told him to resign.

Since then, many have speculated about who will be the next CEO of the embattled social media platform.

Now we have the answer, says the online pubcalition Blockworks. Linda Yaccarino will be the new CEO of Twitter, Musk confirmed Friday on Twitter.

Yaccarino was the chair of global advertising and partnerships at NBCUniversal. She left the company Friday effectively immediately to engage in talks to become the head of Twitter, the Wall Street Journal reported Friday before Musk made the announcement.

Yaccarino, according to Musk, will be starting in the role in about six weeks and will “focus primarily on business operations.” Musk will step in as CTO and will spend his time on “product design” and “new technology.”

Stay tuned for more news. 

Rada Mateescu

Passionate about freedom, truth, humanity, and subjects from the science and health-related areas, Rada has been blogging for about ten years, and at Health Thoroughfare, she's covering the latest news on these niches.

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