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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton Opens Investigation Into Media Matters After So-Called Watchdog Reports

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton (Photo: people)

The Texas Attorney General announced that he opened an investigation into Media Matters for potentially fraudulent activity after Elon Musk, the CEO of X (previously Twitter), accused the liberal watchdog group of data manipulation to mislead advertisers.

X, previously known as Twitter (Photo: News Sky)

Texas Attorney General Opens Investigation After Musk’s Accusations

SOURCE– Ken Paxton, the Texas Attorney General, is opening an investigation into Media Matters for alleged fraudulent activity. This probe comes after Elon Musk, the X CEO (previously known as Twitter), accused the left-wing media watchdog group of media manipulation on X (Twitter).

The Texas Attorney General probe comes after Elon Musk pledged to hit the “watchdog group” with thermonuclear lawsuit when a slew of advertisers such as IBM, Apple, Paramount, Lionsgate, and Disney fled X (Twitter). A report by Media Matters accused X of placing ads next to white nationalist flags, but Elon Musk believes that Media Matters misinterpreted the “real user experience” to mislead the advertisers.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said that he opened the investigation after hearing about the suit against the “radical anti-free speech organization.”

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“We Are Examining The Issue Closely,” Says Texas Attorney General Paxton

In an article by the Washington Examiner, Texas Attorney General Paxton said in a statement that he and his office are examining the issue of Media Matters closely to ensure that the general public has not been deceived by the scams of radical left-wing organizations that want to limit freedom by decreasing participation in the public square.

Texas Attorney General Paxton added that under the Texas Business Organizations Code and Deceptive Trade Practices Act, they will enforce against nonprofits who commit fraudulent activities that affect the state of Texas.

X CEO Elon Musk touted the lawsuit in an X post after Texas Attorney General Paxton released his statement. Musk wrote in his X post, “Fraud has both civil and criminal penalties.”

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