In the midst of a growing controversy, tech mogul Elon Musk finds himself at the center of criticism and defiance. While he issues an apology for endorsing an antisemitic conspiracy theory, Musk is refusing to back down in the face of advertisers withdrawing from X, formerly known as Twitter.
The Tesla and SpaceX CEO addressed the issue at the New York Times DealBook Summit, where he did not mince words. When questioned about advertisers suspending their campaigns on X following his endorsement of antisemitic posts, Musk responded with a blunt and profanity-laden suggestion for the advertisers. He accused these. . .