Musk threatens media watchdog ‘Media Issues’ of ‘thermonuclear lawsuit’

On Saturday, Elon Musk threatened to sue watchdog Media Issues and those that “attacked” his social media platform X.

“The break up second courtroom opens on Monday, X Corp will likely be submitting a thermonuclear lawsuit in opposition to Media Issues and all those that colluded on this fraudulent assault on our firm,” Musk wrote in a put up on the X web site, with out naming the opposite events.

Musk and X have been underneath scrutiny for greater than per week as a consequence of anti-Semitic and racist content material that has circulated on the social community since Musk bought it in 2022.

Earlier this week, the liberal group Media Issues for America stated it discovered advertisements from IBM, Apple and different firms positioned subsequent to content material selling Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Occasion.

On Wednesday, Musk supported an anti-Semitic put up by one of many customers of the social community X, which claimed that members of the Jewish neighborhood have been allegedly inciting hatred in direction of white individuals. This drew sharp condemnation, together with from the White Home, which accused Musk of repeating “disgusting anti-Semitic lies.”

Over the previous two days, many firms have suspended promoting, together with IBM, Disney, Warner Bros Discovery and Comcast, Lions Gate Leisure and Paramount International. In keeping with the media, the world’s largest firm by market worth, Apple, will do the identical.

“This week Media Issues for America posted a narrative that fully misrepresented the actual expertise on X, in one other try to undermine freedom of speech and mislead advertisers,” Musk stated in an announcement. He accused Media Issues of making another account designed to “misinform advertisers.”

Prior to now, Musk has threatened authorized motion in opposition to different organizations, together with the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), a nonprofit group that fights anti-Semitism. Musk accused her of serving to deprive X of promoting income, however didn’t sue her.

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