Sleeping Giants founder Matt Rivitz represented Adidas, Chevy, Delta, Dodge, Target, etc — While attacking companies anonymously

Thursday, July 19, 2018 by

On Tuesday Matt Rivitz was exposed as the Far Left operative behind anti-conservative hate group Sleeping Giants.

(Article by Jim Hoft republished from TheGatewayPundit.com)

Sleeping Giants has worked since the 2016 election to bankrupt conservative groups by targeting their advertisers.

Matt Rivitz has devoted his life to destroy and eliminate opposing voices in America but always kept his identity a secret.
Until Tuesday.

Rivitz and his hate site ‘Sleeping Giants’ smears and slanders conservatives.
Their goal is to keep the internet and public square free from conservative, patriotic voices.

He does this by smearing and lying about conservatives and threatening US corporations who run ads on their platforms.

Matt Rivitz also represented several top corporations in the advertising world.

Rivitz also works in advertising and represented Adidas, Chevy, Delta, Dodge Target, and others top corporations.

These same companies he attacked anonymously online with Sleeping Giants.

Here is a list of a few of Matt’s credits:
Cisco
Dodge Dart
Chevrolet
Haagen-Dazs
Fox Sports Net
Adidas
Subway
Napster
eBay
Saturn

So Matt Rivitz was doing work for several corporations in the advertising world then harassing companies anonymously at Sleeping Giants.

It would be interesting to determine if Matt and his partner took any money from his current clients while attacking them.

Here is more information on Matt Rivitz.

Bing Browser Cache showing he’s a freelancer working with Tyler Magnusson.

Yandex Browser cache of his Behance profile (Linkedin for Creatives).

List of agencies Tyler Magnusson has worked with.

And here is his Facebook page.

A note to readers: This is raw data. Please don’t harass any individual or companies. But do share what you’ve found as we discover just who is paying Sleeping Giants to attack and destroy conservatives.

Read more at: TheGatewayPundit.com



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