As the usage of social media platforms have grown, we have seen increasing cases of online antisemitism and other forms of hate speech. The mainstreaming of hate online can largely in part be attributed to the actions of influential entities, such as Elon Musk’s company X. X, which specializes in artificial intelligence and automation, has been accused of amplifying hate by providing their machines with antisemitic algorithms. This technology has been used to create online bots which post hate filled tweets. Additionally, Elon Musk’s presence on social media applications such as Twitter has given these views a platform to be strategically marketed due to his massive follower base. It is clear that in order for antisemitism to be adequately addressed online, it is important to address the actions of influential individuals who may be perpetuating the same hate to wider audiences.