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Elon Musk blasts Soros’ hatred for humanity, his influence in local politics

Published in Blog on November 02, 2023 by Brianna Kraemer

During a recent episode of The Joe Rogan Experience, Elon Musk argued that George Soros channels his financial resources into district attorney positions because of the significant power and influence that local elections hold.

Soros, a top far-left donor whose associations are avidly against Convention of States, famously made his wealth by shorting the British pound. He’s very good at arbitrage, spotting the value for money where other people don't see it, Musk explained.

Soros recognized the potential for influencing local races by investing money. Similar to a pyramid, a presidential race holds the least amount of value for one’s money, followed by the Senate and Congress. Once you get to the city and state district attorneys, you find extremely valuable outcomes for your money. Convention of States grassroots see the value in local politics as well, however, our intentions are far from that of Geroge Soros's allies. 

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Musk highlighted that changing how laws are enforced can be just as effective as changing the laws themselves. Soros understood this and focused on supporting candidates for district attorney positions, which allowed him to shape law enforcement policies without altering legislation directly.

“In my opinion, he fundamentally hates humanity,” Musk said. “Soros realized that you don't actually need to change the laws, you just need to change how they're enforced. If nobody chooses to enforce the law, or the laws are differentially enforced, it's life-changing laws.”

Soros financially pushes for district attorneys who refuse to prosecute crime, which is his attempt to erode the fabric of civilization. Musk provided an example of the life-changing outcome of not altering laws but rather adjusting how district attorneys enforce laws: San Francisco. In June 2022, the city’s left-wing district attorney funded by Soros was recalled for failing to manage the growing wave of crime. 

Musk’s social media platform X, formerly Twitter, has been headquartered in San Francisco since its inception in 2007. While it was once a beautiful city, Musk called the rough conditions a ‘zombie apocalypse’ that you can’t believe until you go there. 

What philosophy led to this ruinous outcome? 

A mind virus. Extinctionist. Musk refers to a New York Times article from 2022 that calls for the eradication of humanity in a piece entitled, “Earth Now Has 8 Billion Humans. This Man Wishes There Were None.” The ‘death cult’ is largely in charge of all social media, a reason why Musk felt compelled to buy Twitter. 

“It's a death cult… They're propagating the extinction of humanity and civilization,” Musk added. “I'm not in favor of human extinction.”

The fascinating interview further highlighted the responsibility of local politics. The people have much more power than they think, and wealthy elitists like George Soros are eyeing this arena as an opportunity to influence America’s future from the ground up. 

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