Elon Musk Calls on Citizens to Have More Kids: ‘Really Important’

Father of eleven Elon Musk is calling on citizens to have more children, arguing that it’s “really important” for civilization.

The Twitter/X boss made the call during a public discussion with Andrew Tate and Alex Jones.

Musk emphasized the importance of having children.

The comment sparked a mini-competition between himself, Tate, and Jones as to who would have the most.

Musk made the comments during yesterday’s X Spaces discussion hosted by Mario Nawfal.

The discussion came in the aftermath of Alex Jones being re-instated to the platform after the InfoWars founder was subjected to a years-long ban.

“I think something that is really important is you just literally have to have kids or there’s no next generation,” said Musk.

Musk asked Jones if he had children.

The radio host responded, “Yes I do, I’m not as prolific as you, but I wish I was.

“They’re the best thing in my life, I have four.”

“Okay great and Andrew?” asked Musk.

“I do have a few, I won’t let you down Elon.

“I’m coming to take over your title, I’m coming to take over.

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“I’m doing my best, I gotta use my good looks for something.”

“I think we ought to encourage people to have kids,” concluded Musk.

Jones then pointed out that many globalist political leaders don’t have any kids.

“The globalists are ultimately selfish and only care about their own power,” said Tate.

Musk has got quite the lead over his competitors, however.

He has already fathered 11 children to 3 different mothers.

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By Frank Bergman

Frank Bergman is a political/economic journalist living on the east coast. Aside from news reporting, Bergman also conducts interviews with researchers and material experts and investigates influential individuals and organizations in the sociopolitical world.

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