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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has initiated an investigation into Media Matters following allegations of fraudulent activity.

This move comes after CEO Elon Musk accused the group of manipulating data and misleading advertisers.

Musk has pledged to take legal action against Media Matters. (Trending: Biden Baffles Thanksgiving Guests With Bizarre Joke)

The Texas Attorney General’s office has expressed concern and emphasized their commitment to enforcing laws against fraudulent acts.

“We are examining the issue closely to ensure that the public has not been deceived by the schemes of radical left-wing organizations who would like nothing more than to limit freedom by reducing participation in the public square,” said Paxton.

“Under the Texas Business Organizations Code and the Deceptive Trade Practices Act, the OAG will vigorously enforce against nonprofits who commit fraudulent acts in or affecting the state of Texas,” the Texas Attorney General’s office stated.

Meanwhile, Musk has also clarified the platform’s stance against genocidal content.

“At risk of stating the obvious, anyone advocating the genocide of *any* group will be suspended from this platform,” Musk posted.

“As I said earlier this week, ‘decolonization’, ‘from the river to the sea’ and similar euphemisms necessarily imply genocide. Clear calls for extreme violence are against our terms of service and will result in suspension,” he added.

Advertisers previously left the platform when Musk took over, and now he aims to uncover the truth behind the Media Matters report.

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