Javier Milei argued there is “nothing more unjust than social justice” in the clip.
The tech mogul told major advertisers to “go f**k” themselves when they pulled out of X after he endorsed antisemitic rhetoric on the platform.
Suffice to say the mercurial billionaire’s interview at a NYTimes conference on Wednesday immediately went sideways.
Musk told Israel’s president “we need... to stop the hate,” but the X owner is back in the U.S. and now promoting another dangerous conspiracy theory.
Opponents pointed out that the mayor has been criticized on X for taking a partially taxpayer-funded trip to Tahiti during which she visited her daughter.
The billionaire was scheduled to meet with hostage families as well, less than two weeks after coming under intense criticism for agreeing with an antisemitic post on X.
“No amount of acrobatics can justify Musk’s frequent embraces of antisemitic themes and providing X as a... platform for his antisemitism,” Abe Foxman said.