Elon Musk slams media ‘racist’ after newspapers stop publishing Dilbert cartoons
Billionaire Elon Musk accused the media on Sunday of “racism” against whites and Asians. After many US newspapers Quit down white painter cartoon used to insult black Americans
Los Angeles Times newspaper washington post and USA Today Several other media outlets have canceled the cartoon “Dilbert” after artist Scott Adams said that black Americans are a hate group.
Adams also made racist comments on his YouTube channel on Wednesday. according to Reuters report
Later, Elon Musk, CEO of Twitter and Tesla. Reply to a tweet about this he said It was a long time ago that the media was racist against non-white people. But later, now the media “Racism against whites and Asians.”
Musk responded to a poster who said white victims of police violence were in the media for a very small percentage of the media compared to black victims. Musk said media coverage “Extremely disproportionate to promote false stories.”
However, Musk did not immediately respond when a Reuters reporter contacted him for comment.
Musk’s views on various social issues have been highly watched. After he bought Twitter in October.
He argued with civil rights groups about protecting the platform from hateful content. Including Twitter allowing accounts that have been suspended to be reused.
Some companies that advertise on Twitter have withdrawn from using this platform. due to concerns about the safety of the brand In addition, Twitter has issued guidelines for controlling the placement of advertisements on its platform.
For details of the events that became hot topic from Scott Adams, the creator of the Dilbert cartoon. He stated that White Americans should “stay away from black people!” he said after realizing that A poll by conservative agency Rasmussen Reports showed that 26% of blacks surveyed said they They disagree with the statement that “It’s okay to be white.”
Plain Dealer in Ohio told readers Friday: Quitting dilbert cartoon “Not a difficult decision.”
- source: Reuters