• June 24, 2024

YES! Elon Musk Went LIVE On The Air And Ripped George Soros To Pieces… [VIDEO]

 YES! Elon Musk Went LIVE On  The Air And Ripped George Soros To Pieces… [VIDEO]

In an interview this week, X CEO Elon Musk criticized Democratic megadonor George Soros, stating that Soros’s policies are meant to “break down humanity.”

On “The Joe Rogan Experience,” Musk made the remarks during a two-and-a-half-hour political discussion on Tuesday.

“Everyone often hears of the sort of George Soros boogeyman,” Musk said. “But I mean, Soros actually, you know, he is I believe the top contributor to the Democratic Party. The second one was Sam Bankman-Fried. And Soros, I don’t know, I mean, he had a very difficult upbringing. And in my opinion, he fundamentally hates humanity. That’s my opinion.”

“Really?” Rogan asked.

“Yeah. I mean, well, he’s doing things that erode the fabric of civilization. You know, getting DA’s elected who refuse to prosecute crime,” Musk responded. “That’s probably the problem in San Francisco and L.A. and a bunch of other cities. So why would you do that?

“I mean he’s pushing things in other countries too,” Musk continued. “Now, George at this point is pretty old. I mean, he’s not, he’s basically a bit senile at this point. But I mean, he is very smart. And he’s very good at arbitrage. You know, famously, he shorted the British pound. That’s sort of how I think he made his first money was shorting the pound. So he’s good at spotting, basically, arbitrage, like spotting value for money that other people don’t see.”

“So one of the things he noticed was that the value of money in local races is much higher than it is in national races, the lowest value for money is a presidential race, then next lowest if money is a Senate race than a Congress,” he concluded. “And then once you get to sort of city and state district attorneys, the value of money is extremely good. And Soros realized that you don’t actually need to change the laws. You just need to change how they’re enforced. If nobody chooses to enforce the law or that laws are differentially enforced, it’s like changing laws. That’s what he figured out.”

Nailed it! Excellent analysis.

It’s not the laws; it’s the enforcement and interpretation of existing laws. Electing the right DAs, judges, and sheriffs matter too!


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