Here is the crux to the defamation suit against Fox News by voting machines company Dominion, as relayed Wednesday by Washington Post liberal Greg Sargent : “On the air, some of those [Fox News] personalities kept doling out what they privately admitted were lies.”
The idea is that Fox News people were knowingly telling their audiences lies that made Dominion, which administers software that tabulated election votes, look bad.
That claim by Dominion, gleefully parroted by Sargent and others in the media, is so far not borne out by the publicly available facts. That is to say, it’s a lie.
Interest in the defamation lawsuit among Fox critics (i.e., The New York Times, The Washington Post, CNN, MSNBC, and the rest) revived this week with another round of Dominion disclosures to the public containing depositions and private text communications among Fox executives, news reporters, and primetime hosts.What they show is: Fox primetime […]
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