Facebook founder calls for Elon Musk to resign after Tesla CEO calls anti-Semitic tweet ‘actual truth’
Dustin Moskowitz Elon Musk has called for his resignation after he approved an anti-Semitic post.
Musk responded to a post that accused Jewish groups of “anti-white hatred,” calling it “the actual truth.”
Musk also threatened to sue ADL after it reported a rise in hate speech on X.
Dustin Moskovitz, Facebook co-founder and Asana CEO, said: Elon Musk He should resign after Musk called an anti-Semitic post on X “the actual truth.”
“I call on Elon Musk to resign,” Moskowitz said on Wednesday in a post on the Threads website.
He later posted that Musk should quit “(from everything).” Tesla CEO has a hand in this Six companiesincluding SpaceX and X, formerly known as Twitter.
Moskowitz’s comments came after a Wednesday exchange on X in which one user called for an end to anti-Semitism.
Another user on X made an anti-Semitic comment in response to the post, saying that “Jewish communities” were pushing “anti-white hate.” The user said Western Jews were supporting the “hordes of minorities” flooding their countries – and have now come to a “disturbing realization” that those minorities don’t like them very much.
“You told the actual truth,” Musk. books In response to the anti-Semitic post.
This post echoes “The Great Replacement Theorem” Which many white supremacists share. It asserts that non-white immigrants to the United States and other Western countries are replacing white populations. This theory is often invoked against Jewish supporters of immigration.
Musk quickly faced backlash
The response to Musk’s apparent support of a user who supports such a racist theory was swift.
Tesla investor Ross Gerber He said He planned to replace his Model Y with Rivian as a result of Musk’s comment.
“We get a flood of messages from customers who want to get rid of Tesla and anything related to Elon Musk,” Gerber said Written on X. “Many say they are selling their cars too. What does it do to the Tesla brand???!!!?!?”
Mark Budnick, co-founder of Wavelength, posted screenshots of Musk’s comment for X and books“Elon’s anti-Semitism remains shocking.”
Matt Blaise, a professor of computer science and law at McDevitt University, said in a… mail On Mastodon, “Musk’s latest unfiltered revelation about his character (the anti-Semitism version this time) makes it extremely unfortunate that some communities have yet to move on from Twitter/X/whateveritis.”
CNN anchor and New York Times bestselling author Jake Tapper He said On the subject that Musk was “pushing overt anti-Semitism at a time when anti-Semitism and violence against Jews are on the rise.”
Kara Swisher, a technology journalist and podcaster who has reported on Musk for years, He said Musk is “promoting hate.” “There is a difference between freedom of expression and expression designed to hurt people,” Swisher said.
In a series of posts on X later on Wednesday, Musk took a dig at the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the group that allegedly… He threatened to sue In September, after the ADL documented A Rise in hate speech On X since Musk acquired the company.
“At the risk of repetition, I am deeply offended by the messaging of the ADL and any other groups promoting de facto anti-white racism, anti-Asian racism, or racism of any kind.” books On X. “I’m tired of it. Stop now.”
Musk also said that his comments “do not extend to all Jewish communities, but are also not limited to just the ADL.”
Musk and Moskowitz did not immediately respond to a request for comment before publication.
An ADL spokesperson referred Insider to a post from ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt on X.
“At a time when anti-Semitism is exploding in America and rising around the world, it is undoubtedly dangerous to use one’s influence to endorse and promote anti-Semitic theories,” Greenblatt said. Written on X.
Greenblatt has said this before Musk behavior He is “dangerous and completely irresponsible.”
“We need responsible leaders to lead, stop fueling hate, and step back from the brink before it is too late,” Greenblatt said in September.
In September, Musk responded to criticism of anti-Semitism on X. During a more than hour-long conversation hosted by Ben Shapiro on “an ambitious Jew” And he was to Israel.
The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) told Insider earlier this month that the nonprofit recorded a nearly 400% increase in Anti-Semitic incidents Across the United States, including assaults, harassment, and vandalism that have been reported since Hamas launched terrorist attacks on Israel in October.
The Anti-Defamation League recorded a total of 312 anti-Semitic incidents between October 7 and October 23, of which it said 190 were directly related to the war between Israel and Hamas. Since the October 7 attacks, the Anti-Defamation League has recorded 54 anti-Semitic incidents on school campuses, 43 of which the organization said may be directly related to the war.
It’s not the first time Moskowitz criticized Musk. He described Tesla and SpaceX as “scams” that Musk got away with earlier this year.
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