Elon Musk Wants To Avoid Nuclear War — Gets Attacked By Pro-Ukraine Shills

Billionaire Elon Musk discussed an idea on Twitter about a possible resolution to the Russia/Ukraine war, and he was met with attacks.

As rumors of a nuclear war gain footing, not everyone is on board with involving the United States in the issues of other nations.

Musk put up a yes or no poll asking about a potential Ukraine-Russia peace proposition.

He wrote four ideas: “Redo elections of annexed regions under UN supervision. Russia leaves if that is the will of the people, Crimea formally part of Russia, as it has been since 1783 (until Khrushchev’s mistake). Water supply to Crimea assured, Ukraine remains neutral.”

While President Joe Biden and his administration continued to increase conflict between the two countries and give billions of taxpayer dollars to Ukraine, Musk stepped in with possible solutions instead of fueling the fire.

He followed up by saying that he suspects his peace suggestions will happen, but says many could die before then. The Tesla CEO also points out that, while unlikely, a nuclear war could happen if the conflict is not resolved.

Some Twitter users, along with the media quickly accused Musk of being a Putin sympathizer and condemned him for not wholeheartedly supporting Ukraine.

Musk pointed out reasonable ideas that could be implemented and was met with backlash from people who appeared to want the war to continue. If a compromise between the two countries cannot be reached, the threats of a nuclear war could become a reality.

After seven months, Biden isn’t any closer to helping to settle the war. Former President Donald Trump is known for his diplomatic negotiations and has offered to step up as an intercessor between Russia and Ukraine to try and diffuse the situation. But, not surprisingly, the Biden administration did not take him up on the offer.
Why is any offer that supports a conflict resolution shutdown by liberals and the White House? It appears so, seeing that Secretary of State Antony Blinken expressed that the White House wants the war to continue until Ukraine is entirely independent of Russian forces.

While Musk’s suggestions might not be perfect, his willingness to try and combat the escalating war is not something that should be met with such backlash.