‘The only solution is universal school choice’ – San Antonio outlet covers AIM’s mobile billboards activism
October 11, 2023
Days ahead of a special session of the Texas Legislature aimed at securing state tax dollars for private-school vouchers, “school choice voucher activists” are parking trucks with mobile electronic billboards at lawmakers’ homes to press them on the issue.
That’s according to posts on X, formerly known as Twitter, from Scott Braddock, editor of the Quorum Report, which covers Texas politics.
On Thursday, a truck from the organization Accuracy in Media parked outside the San Antonio-area homes of two state representatives — Democrat Phillip Cortez and Republican Steve Allison.
The organization is run by Adam Guillette, a regular guest on right-leaning news outlets, including Fox News, Fox Business, Newsmax and OAN. The group says it aims to use “citizen activism and investigative journalism to expose media bias, corruption, and public policy failings.”
Accuracy in Media often sends the mobile billboard to various sites and promotes the attention-grabbing tactic on its website. In March, the group sent a truck to the New York Times newsroom, accusing the outlet of lying in reports about the COVID-19 pandemic.