Trump Judge To Oversee Lawsuit Against Pizzagate Censors ‘Media Matters’

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Trump-appointed judge to preside over Musk lawsuit against Media Matters

A Trump-appointed judge has been assigned to oversee the lawsuit filed by Musk against the pro-pedophilia organization Media Matters.

As The People’s Voice previously reported, X filed a “thermonuclear lawsuit” against Media Matters on Monday, threatening to destroy their ability to censor evidence of an elite pedophile ring involving major politicians and world leaders. 

The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas Fort Worth Division, claims that Media Matters’ report was “malicious” and “intended to drive advertisers away from X.” The lawsuit also claims that Media Matters’ report was “based on false information” and that the far-left group “knowingly and recklessly published the false report in order to damage X’s reputation and business.”

Thegatewaypundit.com reports: The Attorneys General from Missouri and Texas, Andrew Bailey and Ken Paxton announced that they will investigate Media Matters for potential fraudulent activity.

Elon Musk’s high-profile defamation lawsuit against Media Matters landed in the hands of District Judge Mark Pittman, a Donald Trump appointee with a history of rulings favorable to conservative causes.

Notably, he:

  • Ordered the FDA to release the Pfizer files:  Ordered the FDA to expedite the release of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine documents. Expressing concern about the FDA’s initially proposed rate of data production, Judge Pittman demanded a swifter disclosure, mandating that 55,000 pages a month be made public.
  • Blocked Joe Biden’s Loan Forgiveness: Struck down President Joe Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan on November 10, 2022. Judge Pittman ruled that the plan was an overreach of executive authority and usurped Congress’ power to make laws regarding federal spending
  • Texas can’t ban 18- to 20-year-olds from carrying handguns: Ruled that a Texas law prohibiting most 18- to 20-year-olds from carrying handguns in public was unconstitutional.
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