Meghan McCain didn’t maintain again when it got here to her ideas about Elon Musk and Nick Cannon fathering a number of youngsters with completely different girls!
In case you missed it, the 51-year-old Tesla CEO confirmed the news that he and Shivon Zilis welcomed twins in November 2021, only one month after having a daughter by way of surrogate with singer Grimes. He wrote on Twitter Thursday:
“Doing my best to help the underpopulation crisis. A collapsing birth rate is the biggest danger civilization faces by far. Mark my words, they are sadly true. … I hope you have big families and congrats to those who already do!”
Nick then chimed in, saying:
“Right there with you my Brother!”
As everybody most definitely is aware of by now, the rapper has seven children with four different women. He’s additionally anticipating his eighth little one with mannequin Bre Tiesi and doubtlessly has one other child on the way in which along with his child momma Abby De La Rosa. With that in thoughts, Elon – who has ten children himself – replied in a since-deleted tweet:
“Congrats on your family. We must expand scope & scale of consciousness for civilization to flourish & understand nature of Universe. Consciousness resides most strongly in humans, therefore we need more people!”
That change apparently didn’t sit properly with Meghan, who wrote a scathing op-ed for Dailymail.com titled “Elon Musk and Nick Cannon come off as creepy cult leaders in dystopian Twitter call for humans to repopulate the planet by having as many children as possible.” Yeesh! We will already inform from that alone her opinions in regards to the two dads!
The daughter of the late John McCain went on to slam Nick and Elon within the piece, saying:
“What the heck is going on here? This may be the creepiest tag team tweet thread in history. I don’t care how many times Musk eviscerates cancel culture and wokeism. I don’t care that he is ‘supposedly’ buying Twitter to save it from the bots and thought-police, or colonizing Mars to save the human race. This is flat-out weird. This ‘impregnate the planet’ mentality is creepy and comes off like the actions of a cult leader more than an altruistic person who wants to expand their family and save the planet.”
“Elon is the wealthiest man on the planet, he certainly can largely do whatever he wants, whenever he wants, however he wants, but don’t for a minute think that ordinary Americans relate to this at all. Musk may have the resources to support three families, but obviously most do not. … Let’s get one thing straight – Musk is no role model. What he decides to do with his sperm, surrogates and employees is his choice.”
Meghan then referred to as the 2 guys’ mindsets “very impersonal, fatalistic, and dystopian,” including:
“Either we act like emotionless rabbits and repopulate the planet or face a dire peril. The very premise of his argument that we need to have as many children as possible is flawed and unrealistic. I continue to be skeptical of Musk and his intentions in general, as I am with anyone who claims to be coming to save us.”
The previous The View host then concluded the op-ed by dropping yet one more dig at Elon, stating:
“Yes, if you are willing and able, have as many children as possible. But not because Elon Musk says so.”
Clearly, Meghan is just not a fan of Elon and Nick. However what she additionally fails to immediately level out is the various causes his tweet in regards to the “underpopulation crisis” is extremely problematic. As we’ve talked about earlier than, there is no such thing as a “underpopulation crisis.” Scientists have lengthy advised us that there’s a lot to be involved about on the subject of overinhabitants. Additionally, the concept there are slower delivery charges is essentially believed by white supremacists, who spew the “great replacement theory” that white folks in America are being changed by immigrants.
What do YOU take into consideration this matter, Perezcious readers? Drop your reactions to her op-ed (beneath).