When the voice of Wall Street is this angry with antitrust enforcer Lina Khan, it’s a good sign she’s acting on behalf of the American public.
The American Economic Liberties Project has been tracking the number of editorials, op-eds, and letters to the editor published in the pages of the Wall Street Journal that raise concerns about the antitrust enforcement record of FTC Chair Lina Khan.
In total, the elite voices of the Wall Street Journal have published 84 pieces since the beginning of Khan’s tenure, all of them intending to undermine the FTC’s enforcement actions. In our view, that means Chair Khan is on the right path.
According to our analysis, the Journal is publishing a screed against Chair Khan once every 11 days!
Below is a full list of the WSJ’s pieces expressing sadness and frustration with the FTC.
We’ll be keeping this page updated.
This data was last updated February 21, 2024.