Elon Musk’s recent interview with CNBC’s Andrew Ross Sorkin at the New York TImes’ DealBook Summit was full of interesting moments — some more controversial than others, like when Musk told controlling advertisers who sought to blackmail him, “Go f*** yourself.”
Another notable moment was when Sorkin asked Musk who he would vote for in the 2024 election.
Dave Rubin plays the clip of Musk’s answer.
“I would not vote for Biden,” he bluntly stated.
“You’d vote for Trump?” Sorkin asked.
“I’m not saying I would vote for Trump,” Musk corrected.
“Would you vote for Nikki Haley?” the host pressed, reminding Musk that Haley is the one who “wants all social media names to be exposed.”
“No, I think that’s outrageous,” he replied. “I’m not going to vote for some pro-censorship candidate.”
Dave isn’t surprised by these answers.
“You’re not going to tell a guy who bought a giant tech company … that they can’t have anonymous users,” he says.
Of course, Biden isn’t any better in the censorship department.
Musk also told Sorkin that “the Democrats appear to be more pro-censorship than the Republicans.”
“If we’ve learned anything,” says Dave, “it’s that the left and the wokesters and all of the big tech people — those are the ones … who are actually coming for your free speech.”
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