As a result of his coverage of the 2020 election, Sean Hannity, the most popular Fox News primetime personality, is in danger of losing his job due to lawsuits filed by the Dominion. The corporation, which alone controls the majority of election counting equipment and the software used to determine election results, has been at the core of most of the debate that has disturbed Americans over the last two decades.
Their website states, “Founded in 2003, Dominion Voting Systems is a leading industry supplier of election technology across the U.S., Canada, and globally.”
Dominion voting systems alleges that the corporate media network’s hosts pushed “election lies” in their coverage of disputes involving their commercial practices and goods.
Until now, the company’s use of lawfare has been mainly effective in thwarting probes into its business operations.
Their website has a record of the various lawsuits they have filed against anybody who analyze their goods. The most recent upgrade, dated February 16, 2032, named FOX: – Dominion Brief In Support Of Motion For Summary Judgment
In order for the network to “save face,” the anchors Hannity, Maria Bartiromo, and Jeanine Pirro will be fired, according to Radar Online. The publication’s “blood sacrifices” allegedly include Suzanne Scott, the CEO of Fox News.
Carmine Sabia added information to his story for Conservative Brief.
Although it remains to be seen how eliminating some of the most famous presenters and personalities would benefit the network in retaining listeners, Radar Online stated that the decision to make the cutbacks was made in an effort to maintain its enormous following.
“They are totally f—–,” a media insider said to Puck this week. “[Murdoch] screwed himself and the company.”
“According to Murdoch’s testimony, which was released publicly earlier this week, the Fox News honcho himself indicated the Fox News talent that ‘promoted’ Trump’s 2020 election fraud claims should be ‘reprimanded’ or fired as a result of the ongoing multi-billion-dollar lawsuit scandal,” Radar Online said.
On Thursday, a self-described “liberal from California” addressed Hannity on his radio broadcast over the subject.
“You knew the election wasn’t stolen from Trump, and you guys lied about it anyway because you felt you had a good reason,” the person, who said his name was David, said.
Sabia noted that Hannity said he never claimed the election was rigged, stating instead that he only voiced his worries over “integrity issues” and “partisan observers” on Election Day.
More on this story via The Republic Brief:
“No. If you listen to what I said on the air every day, what did I talk about? Let me remind you.” The host said. “I talked about laws being violated. Partisan observers, for example, most states have laws that partisan observers get to watch the vote count from start to finish.” CONTINUE READING…