OBVIOUS HIT PIECE: WSJ claims that “anonymous sources” say Elon Musk is an illegal drug addict
02/20/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

The cushy government contracts that generate billions of dollars in profits for electric vehicle (EV) guru Elon Musk may be questioned after the Wall Street Journal ran a hit piece on Musk accusing him of being an illegal drug addict.

The article, which relies heavily on "anonymous sources," claims there are many "people who have witnessed his drug use and others with knowledge of it," this claim catching the eye of executives and board members at Musk-owned companies like Tesla and SpaceX.

According to the claims, Musk, the "world's wealthiest person," has used illicit substances such as LSD, cocaine, ecstasy and psychedelic mushrooms on numerous occasions, including at private parties he attends all around the world. But the WSJ offers no real evidence of its claims.

Attendees at such parties are only allowed to enter if they agree to sign nondisclosure agreements (NDAs) or hand over their smartphones before entering, this according to "people who have witnessed his drug use and others with knowledge of it."

In 2018, Musk allegedly took multiple tablets of acid at a party he attended in Los Angeles. A year later in 2019, Musk partied on magic mushrooms at an event in Mexico. Again in 2021, Musk reportedly took ketamine recreationally with his brother, Kimbal Musk, at a Miami house party during Art Basel.

The WSJ repeated rumors that Musk has taken illegal drugs with Steve Jurvetson, a former Tesla board member and current SpaceX board member.

(Related: After buying out the Twitter social media platform [now known as X], Musk hired World Economic Forum [WEF] globalist Linda Yaccarino as its new CEO.)

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The alleged years of Musk's illegal drug use extend even further back than all that, the Journal article continues, providing no specific details about Musk's alleged use of cocaine and ecstasy.

As far as Musk's ketamine use, the 52-year-old billionaire says he was prescribed the drug by a doctor for depression, adding that it works better than the antidepressant pharmaceuticals that are "zombifying" patients.

Some readers will recall Musk's 2018 appearance on Joe Rogan's podcast, during which he famously took a "hit" of cannabis. Since cannabis has largely been decriminalized or legalized at the state level, Musk's use of it was not necessarily illicit, depending on where it occurred.

Musk is supposedly "regularly and randomly drug tested at SpaceX and has never failed a test," according to his lawyer, who says there are "other false facts" laced throughout the Journal exposé – though he did not specify the nature of these "other false facts."

When asked by the Journal which drugs Musk is screened for in his random and routine drug tests at SpaceX, Musk's lawyer reportedly did not respond.

Former Tesla director Linda Johnson Rice was reportedly so fed up with Musk's unpredictable behavior and alleged rampant drug use that she opted out of pursuing reelection in 2019 – this according to "people familiar with the matter," and not Rice herself.

One of the examples presented in the Journal piece to back this claim about Rice involves an "all-hands" meeting of SpaceX executives that occurred in 2017. Musk reportedly showed up an hour late, only to proceed to slur his words in a rambling speech filled with vulgarities.

SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell allegedly had to intervene and take over the meeting from Musk, with executives later speculating that Musk showed up to the meeting in a drug-addled state that caused him to behave in a "nonsensical," "unhinged," and "cringeworthy" way.

A similar incident occurred in 2018 when Musk took to then-Twitter and announced plans to take the firm private, bragging that he had "funding secured." Musk made the announcement during market hours, prompting investors to claim that he had misled them.

More related news can be found at ElonMuskWatch.com.

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