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Are Elon Musk and Twitter/X getting CANCELED?

Fearless with Jason Whitlock

Elon Musk might have dreams of going to Mars, but for now, he’s in a battle with the Anti-Defamation League.

Musk is threatening to sue the ADL for defamation, claiming the nonprofit organization is making erroneous claims about rising hate speech on the platform, which has torpedoed X’s advertising revenue.

Musk tweeted that U.S. advertising revenue is “still down 60%, primarily due to pressure on advertisers by @ADL (that’s what advertisers tell us), so they almost succeeded in killing X/Twitter.”

He has also remarked that the ADL is focused on ruining X by “falsely accusing” both the platform and him of being anti-Semitic.

Jason Whitlock isn’t surprised, saying the ADL is “not really all that interested in antisemitism as much as they’re interested in controlling the conversation and limiting public discourse and free speech in America.”

Whitlock’s guest, Royce White, says that despite the fact that it seems Musk is going to war for free speech, White's opinion on the man hasn't changed.

“I don’t trust anybody who wants to participate in putting chips in people’s brains. I don’t trust anybody who wants to participate in the electric vehicle initiative all around the world. I think it’s a means to impede the freedom of movement for citizens,” White says.

White is convinced Musk’s innovations will “aid and assist the fourth industrial revolution in all of these efforts to, you know, control and dominate people through e-commerce and central bank digital currency, social credit scores,” which he says are “all on the way.”

When Whitlock questions whether this battle with the ADL gives White even a little more of a positive view of the X owner, White replies, “No, it doesn’t.”

“He has to defend himself, but him defending himself doesn’t mean that he’s defending us,” White says.

“It’s a very simple concept. The ADL is not a free speech organization. They are a censoring organization. They want to censor free speech. Elon Musk is lukewarm on free speech. So, if they have a fight with each other over on their side of the fence, that’s got nothing to do with me,” he adds.

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