Fox News Hit with $1.6 Billion Lawsuit From Dominion for Reporting on Alleged Electoral Fraud

Dominion Voting Systems is continuing their lawsuit spree against entities that have reported about electoral fraud in 2020, targeting Fox News with a $1.6 billion suit.

Dominion is claiming in the lawsuit that Fox News “sold a false story of election fraud in order to serve its own commercial purposes, severely injuring Dominion in the process.” The voting company with ties to some of the world’s most powerful governments is trying to paint itself as a victim.

“The truth matters. Lies have consequences,” the lawsuit said. “… If this case does not rise to the level of defamation by a broadcaster, then nothing does.”

According to a statement from Fox News, they do not intend to back down or capitulate over the lawsuit.

“Fox News Media is proud of our 2020 election coverage, which stands in the highest tradition of American journalism, and we will vigorously defend against this baseless lawsuit in court,” it said in a statement on Friday.

Big League Politics has reported on how conservative media entities such as Newsmax folded under the pressure and bowed to Dominion after receiving legal threats:

The ostensibly conservative TV network Newsmax has finished selling out after emerging as an upstart competitor to Fox News, caving to the infamous election software companies Dominion and Smartmatic after receiving legal threats.

Since election day, various guests, attorneys, and elected officials have appeared on Newsmax and offered opinions and claims on Smartmatic and Dominion systems,” anchor John Tabacco said on the TV network.

“Both companies that offer voting software in the U.S., and Newsmax would like to clarify its news coverage and note that it has not reported as true certain claims made about these companies,” he added.

The selling out only intensified at this point, as the anchor recited public relations spin that might as well have been written by a Dominion or Smartmatic hack.

“Newsmax has found no evidence that either Dominion or Smartmatic owns the other or has any business association with each other. We have no evidence that Dominion uses Smartmatic software or vice versa. No evidence has been offered that Dominion or Smartmatic used software or reprogrammed software that manipulated votes in the 2020 election,” Tabacco said.

Fox News has a chance to differentiate itself from Newsmax and other weak conservative media outlets by standing strong against Dominion threats.

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