(FreedomBeacon.com)- Entrepreneur Elon Musk criticized Vice President Kamala Harris on Friday night after she outlined the Biden administration policy that prioritizes providing resources for “climate resilience” to underrepresented groups because the administration wants everyone to end up “in an equitable place.”
At the DNC Women’s Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C., Harris commented while speaking with liberal Priyanka Chopra.
According to Harris, the most affected by these extreme circumstances and problems not of their own are our low-income and communities of color. So, to address this, we must allocate resources based on equity, keeping in mind that although we fight for equality, we also need to work for equity because not everyone begins in the same position.
Later, according to White House Deputy Press Secretary Andrew Bates, President Biden’s remarks reportedly had to do with a broader Biden administration policy of dispersing “climate resilience” resources across the nation.
Harris said that sometimes we must take those inequalities into account and undertake the effort “if we want people to be in an equal place.”
Musk retorted in a tweet-
Not based on ethnicity or anything else, but according to the highest need — Elon Musk (@elonmusk), October 1, 2022
This week, Musk made headlines when he said he could be interested in partnering with a platform other than YouTube after the left-wing tech giant allegedly blocked actor Russell Brand.
In response to Brand’s allegation that he had been “formally censored by YouTube” for spreading false information about the coronavirus pandemic, Brand showed videos of leftist media figures making similar claims about the epidemic and YouTube taking no action against their accounts.
Brand also asserted in the video that YouTube does not punish these individuals since they are essentially a part of the mainstream media. Brand’s video drew a response from Musk, who said, “Good point.”
Chris Pavlovski, the creator of Rumble, begged Musk on Twitter to collaborate with him, stating, “Elon, I developed Rumble and forever wanted to work with you.”
Pavlovski tweeted a photo explaining that it was from his 2010 visit to SpaceX. He said he was prepared 12 years ago and 12 years from now.
“As soon as you’re prepared,” he tweeted. “Let’s peer our data centers with Starlink in the interim to secure free expression,”
“Maybe worth chatting at some point,” Musk retorted.