Jones called the Sandy Hook massacre, where 20-year-old Adam Lanza shot and killed 26 people at an elementary school in December 2012, including 20 children between the ages of six and seven, a hoax and the victims’ parents “bad actors.”
He spread lies for several years before the courts ordered him to pay 1.5 billion dollars (35.5 billion crowns) in compensation to the families of the victims.
Musk, who has rarely spoken about the death of his 10-week-old son Nevada from sudden infant death syndrome in 2002, has said he has “no mercy for anyone who exploits the deaths of children for profit, politics or fame,” according to The Daily Telegraph.
When Kim Dotcom, the controversial internet tycoon facing extradition to the US over his MegaUpload website, called on him to “pardon” Jones, Musk told him: “That’s probably not true. My firstborn child died in my arms. I felt the last beat of his heart.’
The Twitter owner was then asked: “Time to let Alex Jones back on Twitter, Elon Musk! If not, why not?” He replied with a quote from the Bible: “Suffer the little ones and do not prevent them from coming to me, for to such belongs the kingdom of heaven.”
Twitter has unblocked the account of a controversial Republican congresswoman
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