Protestors in the East Bay are gearing up for the arrival of Israel’s prime minister, who is ready to meet with Elon Musk Monday amid accusations that Musk is permitting anti-Semitism to fester on X, previously often called Twitter.
Protestors are anticipated to collect at the Tesla manufacturing facility in Fremont Monday morning.
The group UnXeptable put out a press release studying, in half, “It’s deeply unacceptable that Benjamin Netanyahu, leader of the world’s only Jewish state, who calls himself the protector of Israel, is flying across America to seek the counsel and support from a notorious enabler of anti-Jewish hate speech.”
Musk is anticipated to meet with Netanyahu to ease a rising confrontation over claims of anti-Semitism on X.
Insiders say the assembly between Netanyahu and Musk is the newest step by executives for the social media platform to head off what may very well be a authorized battle over hate speech.
Several teams have accused Musk of permitting anti-Semitic teams to flourish on his platform.
Musk has threatened to sue for defamation.
Netanyahu is coming to the U.S. for the annual assembly of the UN General Assembly, which begins Monday.
The group UnXeptable additionally plans to have protests in San Francisco and at San Jose Mineta International Airport.