Dumbest Website on Internet Spouts Off Against FOX – May Lose Tax Exempt Status (Video)

David Brock, founder and chairman of Media Matters, the dumbest website on the internet, may lose its tax exempt status after ding dong went public on the far left org’s mission to destroy FOX News.

Former American diplomat and public servant C. Boyden Gray told “The O’Reilly Factor” last night, “The organization did not deserve its [tax exempt] status. Someone should file an application [with the IRS].”

Brock went public recently on the organization’s mission to bring down FOX News.
The Politico reported:

“The strategy that we had had toward Fox was basically a strategy of containment,” said Brock, Media Matters’ chairman and founder and a former conservative journalist, adding that the group’s main aim had been to challenge the factual claims of the channel and to attempt to prevent them from reaching the mainstream media.

The new strategy, he said, is a “war on Fox.”

In an interview and a 2010 planning memo shared with POLITICO, Brock listed the fronts on which Media Matters — which he said is operating on a $10 million-plus annual budget — is working to chip away at Fox and its parent company, News Corp. They include its bread-and-butter distribution of embarrassing clips and attempts to rebut Fox points, as well as a series of under-the-radar tactics.

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