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Musk Slanders Lucas Gage as Calling for Violence

Last Updated on July 9, 2024

Owner of X, Elon Musk, announced on X that USMC veteran and prominent influencer Lucas Gage was suspended after “repeated and clear calls for violence.”

The Tuesday post on X comes on the heels of the seven or more times Gage has been swatted in the past week. The veteran maintains his innocence against clear libel from the richest man in the world, Musk.

The original post can be found here.

Musk provided a follow-up to the inquiry from the account “1984,” replying with a screenshotted post from Gage that he says “triggered the 6-month suspension.”

The original post can be found here.

X-users swarmed to the defense of Gage, showing screenshot after screenshot of abuse from Zionists who have largely remained unpunished for their calls to violence or the removal of people from their lands.

Images are courtesy of X-user “MIA” (@_Mama_Mia10).

Many more posts demonstrate the Zionists’ abuse and call to violence, in particular. Here is one from outspoken Zionist Jew Dr. Eli David, co-founder of Tel Aviv’s Deep Instinct cybersecurity.

Image is courtesy of X-user “Truth_teller” (@Truthtellerftm).

Both posts on X by Musk were easily ratioed, proving “Vox Populi, Vox Dei.” The people have spoken and are largely against Gage’s suspension. A poll by former US senatorial candidate Sam Parker demonstrates this further.

This may not mean much to Musk, although he has repeatedly stated that the decisions of the X platform are ultimately left up to the people — Vox Populi, Vox Dei.

Musk, after being coerced to visit the Auschwitz Concentration Camp with The Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro, has certainly changed his tone and approach. He completely stopped talking about the abusive power of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL). This Jewish organization attempted to destroy the X platform after Musk’s purchase with several advertiser boycotts.

It is almost as if Musk has now taken a priority stance for the Jewish demographic. It may seem that way because of the Oct. 7 attack against Israel, or perhaps it is all just out of fear.

Whether Gage’s 6-month suspension is justified is unknown. X’s policies on violence may appear straightforward, but its implementation is another story. There has been a clear shift in the so-called “free-speech platform” X, almost as if it is now engaged in the same DEI and special interest nonsense that Musk once railed against.

X’s internal AI, Grok, offered this perspective that “context matters” and that “burning a book or flag [is] not always a free speech free-for-all.” However, it states that “burning the American flag” is “protected under the First Amendment.” So, the assumption is a flag of a foreign country, Israel, is not, at least according to X. Grok also said, “burning a book … in a way that’s intended to intimate or threaten others … could be … a hate crime…”

At this point, it all seems too obvious. To X, burning the Israeli flag is intimidation, but not when you burn the US flag. As far as burning the Talmud, a Jewish text stating Jesus Christ is boiling in a vat of semen and excrement, is considered not okay and threatening to Jews.

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The priorities of X have aligned with the rest of the so-called “establishment” to simply maintain the ordered hierarchy that is so evident in Western societies. Lucas Gage is one of the few who outwardly threaten that status quo; thus, he faces tremendous reprisals.

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