Elon Musk Takes BBC Reporter To The Cleaners

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Elon Musk has shown why he is so BASED. He was confronted by one of the UK-based BBC’s reporters and let’s just say it didn’t go as planned for the foreign progressive looking to make a fool out of the world’s richest man.

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In a recent interview with the BBC North America technology reporter, James Clayton accused Twitter of being plagued by a so-called “hate speech.” The conversation quickly turned into a heated debate when Clayton failed to provide a single example of what he considered “hate speech” on Twitter. Elon Musk, the owner of Twitter, wouldn’t let Clayton off the hook, and instead, demanded specific examples to prove his point.

Musk argued that the term “hate speech” has become overused by leftists to silence conservative opinions. The left has repeatedly labeled any opposing view as “hate speech,” thereby stifling free speech and the free exchange of ideas. 

Turning Point founder, Charlie Kirk tweeted, “This clip of Elon sparring with BBC reporter James Clayton over “hateful content” on the platform is the best thing you’ll see today:

I’m asking for a single example and you can’t name one…that’s absurd…then I say sir, you don’t know what you’re talking about, that’s a lie.”

Oh that’s not it, as the reporter continued to struggle to provide an example of hate speech, instead decided to cite democrat leaning organizations like the Institute for Strategic Dialogue as his source.

According to the reporter, the group cited is a George Soros-funded group called the Institute for Strategic Dialogue, which claims Twitter is a haven for hate speech. From 2017 to 2021, Soros injected $2,029,863 into the ISD apparatus.

The Soros-funded ISD was the same group that targeted Musk recently with nonsense-laced agitprop about “hate speech” for engaging with “right-wing” Twitter accounts like Libs of TikTok, satire site The Babylon Bee, psychologist Jordan Peterson, and Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. 

Musk rightly called out Clayton for failing to provide a single example of hate speech on Twitter. The left’s overuse of the term hate speech has become an excuse to stifle conservative voices and promote their ideology.

This was a typical example of when a democrat is challenged and they crumble or begin to gaslight you because you’ve trapped them in a string of lies. We get it, the UK actually punishes anything they deem “hate speech” but in America we will never fly, so long as we continue to fight for our continual right. Try again BBC.

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