88 is neo-Nazi shorthand for "Heil Hitler". ("H" is 8th letter, 88 = HH)

Pepe the Frog is a "hate symbol" according to the Anti Defamation League.

"I don't care about this particular psyop."

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In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
Most likely placement of your ad is next to Musk tweet twitter.com/EricJohnDiesel…
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
Thank you so much for enabling white supremacists/Nazis and thereby putting me and my family at risk. Of course, we deserve that for living incredibly mundane lives, working unexciting jobs and attending public schools, while Jewish…
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
Pepe The Frog was created by Matt Furie. He's personally denounced the usage of his character by alt-right people and has actively tried to reclaim his character from them. knowyourmeme.com/memes/pepe-the… pic.twitter.com/JOp5c5UcnC
In reply to @oneunderscore__
Imagine if Twitter were to fall into the wrong hands twitter.com/EricJohnDiesel…
In reply to @nytimes
Since Musk took over he IS the problem he said he would fix. twitter.com/EricJohnDiesel…
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
The first one is out of context and unfair to Elon — he’s literally replying to a nature tweet from a feed that is 100% NatGeo nature stuff, which literally used the phrase “88 million years” to talk about Madagascar and wildlife.
In reply to @MarkJacob16
Advertisers, your ad next to some very fine people twitter.com/EricJohnDiesel…
I’m getting closer to leaving all the time. Probably trying Post.
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
It pleases me they every AssHole idiot who tattooed themselves with 88 now also carries the memory of Heather Heyer and hopefully they hate that. #NeverForgetHeatherHeyer
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
Don't acquiesce to letting them take ownership of all the numbers and symbols.
My only annoyance by this Dust tweet is he didn’t make it 14 words long. Because he’s can’t even dog whistle correctly.
In reply to @benFranklin2018
Would you drive a Tesla? Hey @Tesla, what kind of car does a neo-Nazi drive? twitter.com/EricJohnDiesel…
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
Yep. He's not even remotely hiding.
Let Twitter Advertisers know like this -

Hey @amazon, did you know -
In reply to @ddanpereira
Would you drive a Tesla? Hey @Tesla, what kind of car does a neo-Nazi drive? twitter.com/EricJohnDiesel…
In reply to @smc429
Would you drive a Tesla? Hey @Tesla, what kind of car does a neo-Nazi drive? twitter.com/EricJohnDiesel…
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
In reply to @elonmusk
@elonmusk loves the frog? Damn, so sad
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
88 means love and kisses, a ham radio thing. 🤠
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
For every person speaking out against this evil, there are an equal amount carrying Musk’s water. Both sides are getting egged on intentionally. Please don’t take the bait of this sick f’er. Please stop reposting his messages for clicks.
#イーロン・マスク #ツイッター 普通の人(特に日本人)には意味不明なツイートだが、 #言論の自由 の美名のもとに、自分が信奉する #ネオナチ #ナチス #ファシズム #反ユダヤ主義 #白人至上主義 #ヘイト #差別 #暴力 を広める場にしたいらしい。ボットも詐欺も増えるだろう。
In reply to @smc429
Musk tweeting out Nazi dog whistles
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
...I wonder what Earth will be like when Hitler is resurrected million years from now...
In reply to @EricJohnDiesel3
Dude literally spewed russian talking points about Ukraine and yall mad about green frog and a number?
And @elonmusk wonders why @Apple and others like @gm have paused advertising on @Twitter - THIS IS WHAT FREE SPEECH LOOKS LIKE ON TWITTER! #NeoNazis #ElonMuskIsANazi #TwitterTakeover #twitterads #advertising #branding #FreeSpeech pic.twitter.com/sQg0ecK3Kc
In reply to @alegalnerd
@alegalnerd Can Musk appropriate and devalue the Pepe meme, if it was copyrighted by it's creator, then against owner's wishes, was appropriated by the alt right.
Once is coincidence.
Twice is suspicious.
Three times is evidence.
Four times is proof.

88 = white supremacist for "Heil Hitler"
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