Missouri AG Sues Media Matters Over Campaign to Target X Advertisers – EVOL

Republican Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced a lawsuit against Media Matters for America Monday, accusing it of “fraudulent business practices.”

Bailey accused the left-wing organization in a Monday release of failing to comply with an investigation launched in December. Bailey filed the lawsuit in state court Monday, saying the group used fraud to raise money from Missouri residents.

“Media Matters has used fraud to solicit donations from Missourians in order to trick advertisers into removing their advertisements from X, formerly Twitter, one of the last platforms dedicated to free speech in America,” Bailey’s filingsays. “Media Matters has pursued an activist agenda in its attempt to destroy X, because they cannot control it. And because they cannot control it, or the free speech platform it provides to Missourians to express their own viewpoints in the public square, the radical ‘progressives’ at Media Matters have resorted to fraud to, as Benjamin Franklin once said, mark X ‘for the odium of the public, as an enemy to the liberty of the press.’”

🚨BREAKING: I am filing suit against Media Matters to force them to turn over documents regarding their solicitation of donations to bully advertisers into pulling out of X, the last platform dedicated to free



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