Last month, when Tesla and SpaceX founder Elon Musk worked to secure Twitter and take it private, the left entered a state of total hysteria, as Musk promised to bring back free speech and prevent the blatant censorship of viewpoints that don’t match the left’s narratives.
As a result of the deal — which has yet to close — a group of 26 woke companies signed a letter urging Twitter’s advertisers to boycott the platform if Musk took control and did what he promised to do.
As Breitbart reported exclusively, and it shouldn’t come as a surprise, it turns out that public filings reveal that the cash influx to the newly-formed Foundation for Freedom Online (FFO) can be traced to “hundreds of millions of dollars in contributions from the letter signatories back to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
Breitbart noted: “In total, 11 of the 26 anti-Musk organizations received funding from a Gates-backed entity.”
The outlet lays out the various connections that the 11 companies and organizations have that tie them back, in one way or another, to the Gates foundation — organizations like the Black Lives Matter Global Network, Media Matter, and The Center for Media Justice.
All of the companies and organizations listed are hardcore progressive, leftist ventures — all of which are scared to death that Musk will once again allow us peasants on the internet to express our views that don’t align with the progressive narratives that such organizations and companies push.
“.. the newly-formed Foundation for Freedom Online (FFO), analyzed public filings to trace hundreds of millions of dollars in contributions..back to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.”
“Foundation for Freedom Online”? Really? 🤔
— Aravind Mohanoor aravind_mc on Gettr (@aravindmc) May 24, 2022
“Musk threatens to reverse Gates’ strongly desired censorship policies — and now faces the wrath of Gates-funded NGOs,” wrote Breitbart’s Allum Bokhari.
Only time will tell if Gates’ attacks are successful, but as we’ve all learned over and over again, Musk is not one to go down without a fight — and more often than not, he usually emerges victorious.