Elon Musk Shreds Netflix With 8 Words After They Announce Losing Subscribers

It appears that many Netflix users are canceling their monthly subscriptions after the company has gone “woke.”

Netflix has backed a number of far-left films, such as a show about the life of Colin Kaepernick. The failed NFL quarterback, who was cut and shamefully sued the league, became notorious for claiming the NFL bears a resemblance to slavery and proceeded to kneel during the National Anthem.

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Elon Musk responded with 8 simple words: “The woke mind virus is making Netflix unwatchable.”

This came in response to news that Netflix shares dropped 20% after reporting it lost subscribers for the first time in more than 10 years. Take a look:

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The company has supported Critical Race Theory advocate Ibram X. Kendi to adapt his book “Antiracist Baby” into an animated kids’ show. Netflix also came under fire for producing “Cuties,” a French film that depicts pre-pubescent girls in sexually provocative situations.

Netflix is also producing a series called “He’s Expecting”:

Musk tweeted a few more times. He even agreed it was the “greatest threat to civilization”:

Shares of Netflix cratered more than 20% on Tuesday after the company reported a loss of 200,000 subscribers during the first quarter. This is the first time the streamer has reported a subscriber loss in more than a decade. From a report:

“The company also said it expects to lose 2 million subscribers in the second quarter. A loss of 200,000 compared with 2.73 million adds expected, according to StreetAccount estimates. Netflix previously told shareholders it expected to add 2.5 million net subscribers during the first quarter. Analysts had predicted that number will be closer to 2.7 million. The company said that the suspension of its service in Russia and the winding-down of all Russian paid memberships resulted in a loss of 700,000 subscribers. Excluding this impact, Netflix would have seen 500,000 net additions during the most recent quarter.”