This Has Never Been Done Before: Unique Alliance Forms to Bring Down Big Tech’s Shadowy Partnership

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An anti-trust lawsuit has been filed against major media outlets by a partnership of plaintiffs that includes some independent news organizations and critics of the government’s approach to the COVID-19 vaccine.

The lawsuit was filed Tuesday in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

The suit targets the Washington Post, Reuters, the Associated Press and the British Broadcasting Corp., which formed what they dubbed the Trusted News Initiative.

Robert F. Kennedy Jr, a vocal critic of the Biden administration’s COVID-19 vaccine policy, Children’s Health Defense, Dr. Ben Tapper, Dr. Joseph Mercola, The Gateway Pundit founder Jim Hoft, journalists Ben Swann and Erin Elizabeth Finn and independent news outlets TrialSite News, Creative Destruction Media and activists Ty and Charlene Bollinger filed the suit.

In its reporting, The Gateway Pundit called the suit a “first-of-its-kind antitrust action.”

Kennedy, the nephew of former President John F. Kennedy and son of former U.S. Attorney General Robert F. Kennedy, drew parallels between this lawsuit and the work that his famous relatives undertook.

“My uncle, President Kennedy, and my father, the Attorney General, sought to prosecute antitrust laws that are still on the nation’s books with vigor. As private enforcers of those laws, we are confident that the Federal Court in Texas will vindicate our bedrock freedom to compete with legacy media in the marketplace of ideas,” Kennedy said.

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