A Tesla shareholder, Jerry Braakman, is urging the electric car company's board of directors to suspend CEO Elon Musk following his endorsement of anti-Semitic ideas on social media. Braakman, who serves as the president of First American Trust, has called for swift action to address Musk's recent online activity.
The controversy arose when Musk reportedly expressed agreement with an antisemitic post on the social media platform X (formerly Twitter). While the exact nature of Musk's endorsement and the content of the post are not detailed in the statement, Braakman emphasized that the CEO's actions are. . .