Tesla CEO Elon Musk spoke out this week to slam CNN, saying that he is “not perverted enough” to go on the liberal network as it struggles with various humiliating scandals.

Musk said this during a lengthy interview with the satirical website The Babylon Bee. While talking about “pointless” companies that “shouldn’t exist” and “should probably be disbanded,” one of the hosts said jokingly that they don’t feel qualified to interview Musk.

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“I’m not the one who asked for the podcast. You guys did, just to be clear,” Musk joked back, to which co-host Kyle Mann quipped, “You can be on CNN right now.”

“I’m not perverted enough, I guess,” Musk fired back as the co-hosts all laughed. This was a reference to some recent Babylon Bee headlines that include “CNN Quietly Resets ‘Days Since An Employee Committed A Sex Crime’ Counter Back To Zero,” and “CNN HR Department Considers Adding ‘Are You A Creepy Pervert?’ To Employment Application,” according to Fox News.

 

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CNN has faced more than one scandal over the past few months that many would deem to be “perverted.” These scandals include legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin being welcomed back by the network after he was caught masturbating on a Zoom call with work colleagues.

CNN was also finally forced to fire star anchor Chris Cuomo for lying about playing a key role in helping his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, amid a series of sexual misconduct claims. Chris himself has also been accused of sexual misconduct in the past, but he was protected by CNN at all costs prior to his firing.

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On top of that, longtime CNN senior producer John Griffin was arrested by the FBI earlier this month and charged with shocking sex crimes with girls as young as nine years old. Griffin was so beloved during his time as a senior producer for CNN’s long-struggling morning program “New Day” that he was lovingly referred to as “Griff” by his colleagues. If convicted on all charges, he’s facing a life sentence in prison.

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There is no love lost between CNN and Musk. Last Saturday, the left-wing weekend anchor Jim Acosta referred to him as the “electric car guy” who didn’t deserve to be the TIME 2021 Person of the Year.

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