CNN's Jake Tapper: Musk Should Face 'Repercussions' for 'Sabotaging' Ukrainian Attack on CrimeaChris Menahan
Sep. 11, 2023
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CNN warmonger Jake Tapper on Sunday pressed Secretary of State Antony Blinken on whether or not the "capricious billionaire" Elon Musk will face "repercussions" for "sabotaging" a Ukrainian attack on Crimea.
Transcript via CNN:
TAPPER: So, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has recently confirmed a report that's in Walter Isaacson's new biography of Musk that, last year, Musk blocked access to his Starlink satellite network in Crimea in order to disrupt a major Ukrainian attack on the Russian navy there. In other words, Musk effectively sabotaged a military operation by Ukraine, a U.S. ally, against Russia, an aggressor country that invaded a U.S. ally. Should there be repercussions for that?Musk revealed last week that CNN's report was wrong -- he did not turn off Starlink coverage to block the attack but instead refused to turn on additional Starlink coverage to facilitate the attack -- but that didn't stop Tapper from repeating the lie in order to essentially accuse him of treason.
"I am a citizen of the United States and have only that passport. No matter what happens, I will fight for and die in America," Musk said Sunday night on Twitter/X. "The United States Congress has not declared war on Russia. If anyone is treasonous, it is those who call me such."
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