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Elon Musk reveals 2 ASSASSINATION ATTEMPTS against him over the past 6 months
By Ramon Tomey // Mar 21, 2024

Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk shared that he was the target of two attempted assassinations over the past six months.

He revealed this information during a recent X Space conversation with Dr. Gad Saad, a marketing professor at Concordia University's John Molson School of Business in Canada's Quebec province. Musk and Saad discussed the realities of being the world's richest man and the X owner's inability to walk through life in anonymity.

According to Musk, he has private security and takes extensive measures to protect himself and his family while in public. He added that it's actually rare for him to get death threats. "No one's ever said, 'I've got this terrible beef against you and I'm going to kill you because of the following well thought-out ideas,'" Musk told Saad.

"I have had two cases in the last six months where two people, unfortunately very mentally ill, came to try to kill me in Austin with guns." (Related: Armed gunman attempts to murder Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh over Roe v. Wade.)

According to Musk, the first would-be assassin "thought I put a chip in his head, like a Neuralink or something. Basically, just an extreme schizophrenic." The second would-be assassin had stopped taking medication and suffered from "total detachment from reality."

"I can't easily go to the mall or a movie theater or walk around without creating a ruckus," Musk admitted, adding that he had experienced "a decrease in happiness that occurs when the fame level exceeds that which is useful." He recounted being famous enough to get a good table at a restaurant on short notice. But nowadays, Musk cannot dine out without being bothered by other patrons.

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While admitting that people tend to be considerably pleasant, the X owner noted that his public outings frequently lead to crowds eager for selfies – something he dubbed as his "personal hell." He told Saad: "People are very nice to me, but I do often get stuck in the 'Can I have a selfie?' infinite loop."

Musk no stranger to stalkers

The issues of stalking and potential violence is nothing new for Musk, according to the National Pulse. Two notable instances happened in 2022, the year when he purchased Twitter (the former name of X) for $44 billion).

During the Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Florida student Jack Sweeney created the @ElonJet account. The said account tracked Musk's private jet and provided real-time travel information about it, based on publicly-available data.

The account controlled by Sweeney wasn't initially banned despite Musk's initial hesitations about it being a "direct personal safety risk" due to the X owner's commitment to free speech. The @ElonJet account and Sweeney's account were later banned from the platform in December 2022, with the student alleging that the censorship was "coordinated."

Also in December 2022, Musk himself posted a video of a "crazy stalker" who followed a car that had his son X AE A-XII in it. The said video featured the unidentified man pulling up alongside the car and holding his phone, apparently recording footage of the X owner's son. The four-year-old boy is Musk's child with Canadian pop singer Grimes (born Claire Elise Boucher).

The stalker was driving a white Hyundai vehicle at the time of the incident, which happened in Los Angeles. He then blocked the car with Musk's son, who was only two years old at the time, and reportedly climbed on the hood. "[The] car carrying [little] X was followed by [a] crazy stalker thinking it was me, who later blocked [the] car from moving and climbed onto [the] hood," Musk recounted.

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