‘It’s Worth Being Looked At’: Biden Suggests Elon Musk May Be A ‘Threat’ To National Security

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The list of stupid things said by Joe Biden is seemingly endless.

When asked whether tech entrepreneur Elon Musk is a “threat” to U.S. national security, Biden said it’s “worth being looked at.”

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Biden, who turns 80 this month, is suspected of suffering from age-related dementia. WATCH:

Now Biden believes the U.S. government should investigate Elon Musk and his relationships with foreign governments like Saudi Arabia, who assisted in Musk’s purchase of Twitter.

After pausing for a moment to laugh, Biden said, “I think that Elon Musk’s cooperation, and/or technical relationships with other countries, uh, is worthy of being looked at.”

“Whether or not he is doing anything inappropriate, I’m not suggesting that,” Biden continued.

“I’m suggesting that… it’s worth being looked at,” Biden added.

Biden was instantly mocked by many Americans over his remarks. Some people suggested the Biden himself is a far greater national security threat than Musk.

Emotional leftists are running for the hills after Musk took over the social media giant Twitter and vowed to restore free speech for Americans.

Twitter largely relies on advertisers for revenue, but many left-wing companies are quickly pulling their dollars out of Twitter.

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This conveniently creates a list of companies that conservative Americans may want to boycott over their disdain for the basic right to free speech.

These companies include the food company General Mills, the food company Mondelez International, the drug company Pfizer, and the auto company Audi. These companies have put a “hold” on buying ads on Twitter, according to The Wall Street Journal.

More on this story via Western Journal:

“A lot of high profile chief marketing officers are very worried about Twitter,” one source said. “They’re working with agencies to create contingency plans for moving money away from Twitter.”

“Some advertisers are concerned that Mr. Musk could scale back content moderation, which they worry would lead to an increase in objectionable content on the platform,” the Journal reported.

“Others are temporarily halting their ads because of the uncertainty at the company as top executives exit and Mr. Musk considers a raft of changes, some of the people said.”

Scaling back content moderation? Oh no, too much free speech! That’s a bit too spicy for the likes of General Mills. Not surprising, since they make Cheerios, a cereal even my spice-averse 2-year-old thinks is too bland.

As for the exit of top executives, keep in mind that, under the leadership of said executives, the company was losing millions of dollars a day.