Prominent Lawyer And Others File Antitrust Lawsuit Against Media Giants

According to a report by foreign media on January 10, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Children’s Health Defense, and others filed a class action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas-Amarillo Division, against the Trusted News Initiative (TNI), alleging anti-trust practices.

TNI is said to have been formed as an “industry partnership” around 2019 or 2020. It is comprised of the world’s largest news publishers, including the BBC, the Associated Press, and the Washington Post, as well as Facebook, Google, Microsoft, and Twitter.

Members of TNI have agreed to join forces against other media outlets that compete with and challenge them on issues related to Covid or CCP virus, the Covid vaccines, and U.S. politics. Although TNI claims to be the “truth police” for eradicating “misinformation” on the Internet, in practice, they are alleged to have suppressed accurate and legitimate reporting by other media to promote economic self-interest.

The plaintiffs claim that TNI members not only disadvantage their competitors by denying access to a facility or market necessary for the latter to compete, but they also deprive the public of access to important information on the issues that matter most.

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