Now US media is racist with white and Asian people… Elon Musk's crazy statement - Newztezz Online


Monday, February 27, 2023

Now US media is racist with white and Asian people… Elon Musk's crazy statement

Twitter CEO Elon Musk has made a big allegation on the US media, he has said that in earlier times the media was racist with black people, and now.... read further to know the full news.

Washington DC. Elon Musk 's tweet has created a sensation in the US media . He has claimed that the media is racist towards white people and Asian people. Allen has voiced support for the infamous 'Dilbert' comic strip creator Scott Adams. Dozens of newspapers, including the New York Times and the Washington Post, announced they were closing the 'Dilbert' series later this week. The reason for this has been made a racist statement of Adams. In this, Adams urged his followers to stay away from black people using indecent words.

But Twitter CEO Elon Musk appeared to support the embarrassed creator as he responded to a tweet about the controversy by claiming that 'the media is racist.' 'For *too* long, the American media was racist against non-white people, now they are racist against white and Asian people,' the 51-year-old billionaire explained.

This is what happened with America's elite colleges and high schools. Maybe they can try not to be racist. Musk later replied to a tweet 'absolutely correct' commenting that Adams' comments were not nice but there is some truth in it... it's complicated. It comes after The Washington Post, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Boston Globe and USA Today Network all pulled the 'Dilbert' series from their pages following comments Adams made, believed to be worth $70 million Is.

Gannett, which publishes more than 100 newspapers in the US, also said it was leaving the series later this week. The comic has been in vogue since 1989 and is famous for poking fun at office culture. Adams said in a livestreamed talk on Wednesday: 'The best advice I would give to white people is to stay away from black people. 'Just go away. Wherever you want to go, just run away.' He said, 'There is no fixing in this. It can't be fixed… you just have to survive. So that's what I did, I went to a neighborhood where there is very little black population.

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