Former employee accuses Media Matters of 'covering up' sexual misconduct scandal, then is hit with legal threat

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Former senior writer Tim Johnson exited the far-left outlet Media Matters and took to Twitter talk about an alleged covered up sexual misconduct incident back in April. After he posted his thread of tweets, he was hit with legal threats by his former employer.

Johnson wrote a lengthy Twitter thread regarding his departure that began “After about 10 years, I no longer work at Media Matters.”

The details of his exit are limited, but he singled out his former boss, editorial director Ben Dimiero, in the thread.

He wrote, “I am very very fortunate in my circumstances that I did not end up on the street the next day as a consequence of what my former boss @bendimiero did. I bet a lot of people would have.” The circumstances revolve around an incident on April 4.

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