Oh my. A brand new court docket submitting by Dominion Voting Methods reveals that Fox Information anchors and producers privately acknowledged that Trump and his minions’ allegations of election fraud had been false regardless of their community selling these claims. By way of ABC Information:
In an almost 200-page doc filed as a part of its billion-dollar defamation go well with in opposition to the community, Dominion Voting Methods shared emails, texts, testimony, and different personal communications from Fox Information personnel that forged doubt on claims that Dominion’s voting machines had in some way rigged the presidential election in Joe Biden’s favor.
The voting firm is suing Fox Information for $1.6 billion for allegedly defaming the corporate within the aftermath of the 2020 election.
“Fox knew,” based on the submitting, which cited excerpts of proof gathered as a part of the go well with. “From the highest down, Fox knew ‘the Dominion stuff’ was ‘whole BS.’ But regardless of realizing the reality — or at minimal, recklessly disregarding that reality — Fox unfold and endorsed these ‘outlandish voter fraud claims’ about Dominion even because it internally acknowledged the lies as ‘loopy,’ ‘absurd,’ and ‘shockingly reckless.'”
After all, that did not cease them from leaping on the bandwagon:
In mid-November 2020, host Tucker Carlson texted one in all his producers that “there wasn’t sufficient fraud to alter the result” of the election, and later stated that Sidney Powell, one in all Trump’s attorneys and a vocal promulgator of election denialism, “is mendacity.”
Months later, on Jan. 6, Carlson known as Trump “a demonic pressure, a destroyer,” in a textual content message to the identical producer.
Dana Perino, an anchor, known as allegations of voter fraud in opposition to Dominion “whole bs,” “insane,” and “nonsense.”