Elon Musk Says Ye's Raelian Symbol Was 'Incitement to Violence' Because He Wanted to Punch Him Over It

Chris Menahan
Dec. 05, 2022

Elon Musk said he banned Kanye "Ye" West for "inciting violence" because his decision to post a Raelian symbol that looks like a Swastika incited him personally to want to punch Ye over it.

"I think posting Swastikas in what is obviously not a good way is incitement to violence," Musk said during a Twitter Space on Saturday to justify the ban. "I personally wanted to punch Kanye, so that was definitely inciting me to violence."

The "way" Ye posted the symbol was by writing along with the image, "YE24 LOVE EVERYONE #LOVESPEECH."

There is no conceivable way that can be interpreted as inciting violence.

To dodge the controversy, Musk appears to have sped up the release of the "Twitter Files" showing how the "Biden team" was sending in URLs of various tweets they didn't like for Twitter to censor.

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