LA Times: Musk's Criticism of the ADL is 'The Most Extreme Outburst of Anti-Semitism' by a 'Mainstream Public Figure' in 'More Than 100 Years'Chris Menahan
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Twitter/X owner Elon Musk's criticism of the Anti-Defamation League amounts to "the most extreme outburst of antisemitism by a purportedly mainstream public figure in more than 100 years," according to the LA Times.
From The Los Angeles Times:
Column: Elon Musk comes around to blaming the JewsMichael Hiltzik, who positions himself as a moral authority, last year wrote a column for the LA Times saying it was "necessary" to mock the deaths of "anti-vaxxers."
If Musk's criticism of the ADL amounts to "the most extreme outburst of antisemitism by a purportedly mainstream public figure in more than 100 years," I guess there hasn't been much anti-Semitism at all.
The fact of the matter is the ADL brags about their ability to influence advertisers and bring companies to heel for going against their agenda.
As I reported in 2021, the Anti-Defamation League -- which supports anti-BDS laws that ban Americans from boycotting the state of Israel -- lobbied the World Federation of Advertisers to boycott Tucker Carlson and Fox News because he was talking about The Great Replacement.
Not only was Tucker Carlson's show boycotted into the ground (despite being the most popular show on Fox News) but Carlson was later fired by Rupert Murdoch. In the wake of Carlson's firing, ADL CEO Jonathan Greenblatt bragged about pressuring Fox News to fire him.
Just two weeks later, Fox News started bragging about how much new ad money they were bringing in.
"We have had over 40 new advertisers come into the hour since we launched the new program, including some of the largest in the country and, really, across all major categories," Fox News Media's Executive Vice President of Ad Sales Jeff Collins told Variety's Brian Steinberg. "We have seen new advertisers come in, and new demand."
"Procter & Gamble, one of the nation's largest and most influential advertisers, has been running ads in 'Fox News Tonight,' the network's new 8 p.m. program, for female-skewing products like Venus razor blades by Gillette and Secret underarm deodorant. Also showing up in commercial breaks: Novo Nordisk's trendy medication Ozempic, and Scotts Miracle-Gro," Steinberg reported.
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