Radical far-left groups, some connected to George Soros, the Clintons, and Obama, are targeting Elon Musk yet they have serious legal issues that very likely should shut them down.
Elon Musk is attempting to purchase Twitter and take it private. The deal has been signed. Musk indicates that he wants to make free speech important again and the monsters on the left don’t like it. They are trying to hurt him through Twitter’s advertisers as a result. The far-left “non-profits” like Media Matters attack conservatives all the time. Their actions are not “non-biased” and therefore make their non-profit status questionable.
Elon Musk tweeted the other day, his response to far-left groups that are challenging his purchase of Twitter. These entities (many, if not all non-profits) hate Musk’s attempt to bring back free speech to the social platform.
Interesting. I wonder if those funding these organizations are fully aware of what the organizations are doing. https://t.co/YzVZIvF68E
— Elon Musk (@elonmusk) May 4, 2022
The entities that are threatening Twitter’s advertisers most all appear to be connected to Soros and radical Democrats. This practice by these entities is likely not legal for non-profits to do in the first place while keeping their tax-exempt status.
1. Access Now
2. Accountable Tech
3. Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation
4. Center for Countering Digital Hate
5. Empowering Pacific Islander Communities (EPIC)
6. Face the Music Collective
7. Fair Vote UK
8. Free Press
9. Friends of the Earth
10. Gender Equity Policy Institute
12. Global Project Against Hate and Extremism
13. Indivisible Northern Nevada
15. Media Matters for America
17. NARAL Pro-Choice America
18. National Hispanic Media Coalition
19. Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
21. Stop Online Violence Against Women Inc
22. The Sparrow Project
24. Union of Concerned Scientists
25. V-Day/One Billion Rising
26. Women’s March
We’ve recently reported on Media Matters and its claims of being a non-profit and yet its actions indicate it doesn’t qualify for the tax-exempt status that it enjoys.
We also know that Media Matters spends a lot of money with the heavily connected Bonner Group. Who is this entity? Why does this group receive so much in fees from Media Matters? Is this legal or is it a method of giving tax-free money to a closely connected entity for unreasonable fees?
Let’s hope Elon Musk sees this article.
(Unfortunately, I’ve been banned from Twitter for sharing Hunter Brandon and 2020 Election facts and I can’t tweet this message to him.)