The Tesla billionaire has been actively resisting government lockdowns during the coronavirus pandemic

Silicon Valley entrepreneur Elon Musk has taken a vocal stand against what conservatives have come to call the left’s “cancel culture” – the practice of withdrawing support and heaping condemnation on public figures or companies after they do or say something considered politically incorrect.

Musk, who himself has faced backlash from some who criticize his non-conformity to California’s pandemic response, encouraged his 34 million followers to “cancel cancel culture” and to enjoy “more fun, less shun.”

The Tesla billionaire has been actively resisting government lockdowns during the coronavirus pandemic, calling them fascist and blatant efforts at “forcibly imprisoning people in their homes, against all their constitutional rights.”

Musk’s vocal stand against “cancel culture” follows equally curious remarks he made on Twitter where he encouraged others to “take the red pill,” a phrase originating from the movie “The Matrix” that is used as a way to describe those who have awoken from their indoctrination in leftism.

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