A conservative legal organization sued Target on Tuesday on behalf of an investor, saying the retailer misrepresented the adequacy of its risk monitoring when customer backlash over LGBTQ-themed merchandise caught it by surprise.
America First Legal filed the lawsuit in Florida federal court on behalf of investor Brian Craig against Target, chief executive Brian Cornell and the company’s board of directors. America First is a nonprofit group headed by Stephen Miller, a former adviser to ex-President Donald Trump.
The lawsuit is the latest in a legal battle in which conservative legal groups and Republican legislators are challenging corporations that have enacted policies on social issues such as race and gender.
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— Reuters (@Reuters) August 9, 2023
BREAKING: America First Legal is SUING Target in federal court for violating the Securities Exchange Act after destroying shareholder value by pushing sexual propaganda to kids. https://t.co/l17l5zNlib
— Stephen Miller (@StephenM) August 8, 2023
/12 For far too long, large corporations have recklessly pandered to the left and “bent the knee” to serve the woke elites.
Today, on behalf of our client, America First Legal is saying enough is enough. https://t.co/Bt148v56An
— America First Legal (@America1stLegal) August 8, 2023
Stephen Miller, Trump’s Sr. advisor, pushed racist stories from white nationalist sites to Breitbart during his time working for Jeff Sessions.
Miller needs to leave the White House. He should have never been there in the first place. Here’s why:
— DNC War Room (@DNCWarRoom) November 17, 2019
Before the 2016 election, @Hatewatch received 900+ leaked emails from Stephen Miller to Breitbart editors –– where Miller shared links to white nationalist sites, recommended a racist novel & tried to influence coverage of the 2016 primaries & immigration.https://t.co/R0ci9oPjC4
— Southern Poverty Law Center (@splcenter) March 22, 2021