Well, buckle up, folks, because the conservative take on X owner Elon Musk’s recent comments will have you rolling your eyes at the snowflakes getting all bent out of shape. Musk, the man with the plan and the memes, found himself in a spot of controversy last month when he responded to a post blaming “Jewish organizations” for supporting anti-white sentiment. Now, we all know that Musk is not one to shy away from speaking his mind, but apparently, some sensitive souls couldn’t handle his boldness. Oh, the horror!
🚨 BREAKING: Elon Musk says major advertisers are already returning to X, reiterating his non-negotiable stance on free speech.
Well done Elon 👏👏👏https://t.co/Kd7ul1INqz
— Proud Elephant 🇺🇸🦅 (@ProudElephantUS) December 17, 2023
But fear not, fellow conservatives, because despite the naysayers and the weak-kneed advertisers threatening to pull out, Musk has proudly announced that a significant number of them have come crawling back to the platform. That’s right, the almighty dollar speaks louder than the liberal whining, and X is back in business, baby!
Musk made this grand announcement at the Atreju political festival in Rome, where he was hailed as a guest of honor. Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni’s Brothers of Italy party organized the event, and let’s just say, there wasn’t a safe space in sight. Musk was not afraid to address the controversy head-on, clarifying that his comments were aimed at the ADL and their absurd labeling of harmless phrases and symbols as “hateful” or “racist.” Preach, Elon, preach!
To add insult to injury for the left, Musk also called out Media Matters, a far-left group behind the allegations that X was serving ads next to racy content. In true conservative fashion, Musk refused to back down and filed a lawsuit against the group. You go, Musk! Take those cancel culture crusaders to task!
And if that wasn’t enough, Musk doubled down on his commitment to free speech, proclaiming that it’s the cornerstone of Western civilization. That’s right, folks, the future of our society depends on our ability to speak our minds without fear of being censored. Musk didn’t buy X, oh sorry, I mean Twitter, for the profits – he did it to defend the very fabric of our civilization. Now, that’s what I call a true patriot!