Elon Musk Suggests He’s Interested in Working With Alternative Platform to YouTube


Businessman Elon Musk suggested this week that he might be open to working with an alternative platform to YouTube. This is in response to the tech company’s leftist censorship of Russell Brand.

Brand claimed that YouTube had “officially blocked” him for spreading misinformation regarding the coronavirus pandemic. Brand responded by showing clips of leftist media figures making false statements regarding the pandemic. YouTube didn’t take any action against them.

Brand claimed that YouTube does not take action against these people as YouTube is part of mainstream media. Musk responded to Brand’s video with “Good point. ”

Musk responded to a political commentator by saying that Musk should meet with Rumble.

Chris Pavlovksi founded Rumble. Musk was contacted via Twitter by Pavlovksi, who wrote: “Elon! Rumble was my idea. I’ve always wanted to be there for you. ”

“Below is a photo of me at SpaceX 2010” He tweeted: “Whenever you are ready. ” “Let us check out Starlink’s data centers in the interim to ensure freedom of speech.

Musk responded, “Maybe worth talking about at some point.”

Musk is currently involved in a legal dispute on Twitter. He commented on America’s last week’s monetary policy and said that it didn’t make sense.

Wednesday afternoon, the Federal Reserve increased the target federal funds rate by 0.75%. This caused the Dow Jones Industrial Average to fall more than 500 points after it was stagnant on Thursday. It stood at 29,300 on Monday afternoon.

The Federal Reserve set an initial target interest rate of near zero to help boost the economy in the wake of the recession-induced lockdown. They also purchased government bonds. Jeremy Siegel is a Wharton School professor who said that he was upset by the Federal Reserve’s sudden hawkishness.

Siegel said, “It’s almost like a pendulum. It was too easy through 2020, 2021.” Siegel also noted that none of the media members were willing to ask Jerome Powell tough questions during the rate hike announcement. Poor monetary policies would not be an understatement. ”

According to the Federal Reserve data, the M1 money supply (which is liquid money like demand deposits and money generally) increased from $4.8 trillion to $16.2 trillion from April 2020 to May 2020. The metric peaked at $20.7 trillion in March 2022.

Musk, who said three months ago that he has a “super bad feeling” about the economy, commented on social media that Siegel is “obviously correct.”