When Will Conservatives Learn Elon ‘Nimrod’ Musk Isn’t Our Ally?

It’s time for Conservatives and Christian Conservatives to call Elon Nimrod Musk what he really is: A POWERFUL GLOBALIST Who is able to ‘hoodwink’ the masses.

From thenewamerican.com

When it seems as if nearly everyone of influence and renown in the world is on the side of the globalist Left, it’s understandable that conservatives are quick to jump aboard the bandwagon of any high-profile figure who appears to share their values.

But the knee-jerk reaction to proclaim someone to be “on our side” just because he said the right thing a few times or did one good thing is a dangerous course of action, and is liable to cause conservatives to fall into the jaws of sharks who serve the establishment and seek to lead the dissident Right astray.

Elon Musk fits that description. He has attracted a following among the Right for making statements every now and then that seem to align with our side of the political spectrum. And his purchase of Twitter with the aim of making it a “free speech” platform rubbed many conservatives the right way, giving hope to many people who for so long felt at the mercy of leftist Big Tech censorship.

But is Elon the hero so many believe him to be?

Well, no. That should be painfully obvious to anyone who’s been paying even a modicum of attention.

Musk has been involved with the World Economic Forum. He voted for Joe Biden in 2020. He is pushing the Neuralink brain implant, which the FDA has now cleared for human testing.

And his pick to lead Twitter as the company’s CEO is Linda Yaccarino, who chairs a WEF committee and was advertising chief at NBCUniversal prior to accepting the Twitter gig.

On the basis of that last action alone, it should be clear to any rational observer that Elon Musk is not to be trusted. But, unfortunately, conservatives who are personally and emotionally invested in hanging on to the belief that we have a real friend in high places will excuse that CEO pick as a case of ignorance.

“Elon just doesn’t have enough information!” they will exclaim. “He just needs better people to illuminate him on who the good guys and the bad guys are.”

This is the same coping mechanism far too many conservatives employ when confronted by betrayal from those public figures in whom they believed they could trust — blame it not on the character of the individual in question, but on his or her ignorance.

Understand: The people we are dealing with are not children; they are adults who should and do know what they are dealing with — and that goes double for Elon Musk. After all, he’s a 51-year-old man with an IQ of 155 who has started some of the biggest and most innovative companies in the world. Do you really think he doesn’t know whom he’s dealing with? That he doesn’t know what the WEF is all about? That he doesn’t understand who Biden is and what the Democrats’ agenda is doing to America?

There are only two explanations for Elon Musk’s actions: Either he agrees with the globo-Marxists and supports their agenda, or he is an absolute imbecile with terrible judgment and an inability to inform himself on important issues.

Given Musk’s achievements in life, the second option is extremely unlikely. That leaves only one possibility: Musk is another bought-and-paid-for insider.

This whole Elon Musk business is similar to what happened with Tulsi Gabbard when she ran in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary. Despite being a liberal on most issues, Republicans jumped to praise her just because she said she didn’t want to impeach Trump and because she had a noninterventionist foreign policy. In fact, many Republicans have repeatedly called for her to be on the Republican ticket.

As I wrote then, Gabbard is a complete globalist with ties to the Council on Foreign Relations (she was a member until my article on her was published, then her name was scrubbed from CFR’s member section soon thereafter). Yet as a presidential candidate, she was a radical leftist on every issue from climate change to abortion. But, curiously, she has drifted rightward again in the last few years to score points with her new Republican fan base.

The point is that Gabbard is clearly a globalist leftist and opportunist whose views repeatedly change depending on what best suits her current interests. But conservatives have hailed her as some kind of hero because they are desperate to believe we have a friend on the other side of the aisle.

In the same way, conservatives are quick to ignore all the red flags surrounding Elon Musk.

If anything, Musk’s purchase of Twitter has probably been a net negative for the dissident Right, as it killed the momentum for conservatives to use legitimate alternative platforms such as Gab. They instead remain on Twitter, which is really just as corrupt as it ever was.

Writer Vox Day refers to those who gain power and success by working for the globalists as “ticket takers,” and Musk certainly fits that label.

As Vox wrote: “How anyone imagines that Elon Musk could be a champion of anything worthwhile is beyond me. While it’s true that most revolutionary change is brought about by disaffected former elites, when has Musk ever shown even the slightest sign of opposing any aspect of globalism?” source

Brothers and sisters in Christ, Beware of Billionaires Bearing Gifts.


5 thoughts on “When Will Conservatives Learn Elon ‘Nimrod’ Musk Isn’t Our Ally?

  1. Mark V

    “When you sit down to eat with a ruler, consider carefully what is before you; and put a knife to your throat if you are a man given to appetite. Do not desire his delicacies, for they are deceptive food.” Prov. 23:1-3

  2. Donna

    Funny you writing this article, I have never trusted this man. Do not know him personally however, anytime I have read an article of his or see him I have always got a feeling (Holy Spirit ) my skin crawls and I just feel very uncomfortable.

    Blessings Prayers ♥️👏🏻💕👏🏻♥️💕👏🏻

  3. Mrs Stumpf

    As Christians we are called to be wise and discerning. In these last days, deceit runs rampant. As the church, we should not be falling for satan’s counterfeits, nor wishful thinking that all will be well if we give it enough time or get the right people in the right places. Maybe we need to be studying God’s Word and be in fervent prayer and trusting God for the wisdom that comes from His Spirit rather than trusting in man, be it Musk or anyone else. Our focus should be on the return of Christ and what He would have us do until then. Our faith should be in no man. The sooner we realize that, the better.

  4. Ann

    I agree. He reminds me of Lindsey Graham. Able to sweet talk you one moment while doing something dastardly or unexplainable in the next.

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