Twitter owner Elon Musk defended himself against allegations that he was "antisemitic" after he criticized liberal billionaire George Soros and called him out for funding "pet prosecutors" that do the minimum against violent criminals.
"This is freedom of speech," Musk said of his recent comments against Soros during an interview with CNBC Tuesday. "If anything," Musk added, he considers himself a "pro-semite."
He also refused to back down after he said that Soros "hates humanity" and "wants to erode the very fabric of civilization."
"I think that’s true. That’s my opinion," Musk told CNBC.