FOX STARS HANG BY A THREAD IN ELECTION SCANDAL
Inside the $1.6 billion Dominion voting machine suit
FOX News and its biggest stars are facing catastrophe for spreading the outrageous lie that Dominion Voting Systems helped Joe Biden steal the 2020 presidential election from Donald Trump, legal experts tell The National ENQUIRER!
In a blockbuster $1.6 billion slander lawsuit against the network, attorneys for the Toronto-based electronic voting machine supplier have grilled current and former
FOX News stars, including Jeanine Pirro, Tucker Carlson, Lou Dobbs, Sean Hannity and Shepard Smith, as well as an array of producers and staffers.
Dominion’s legal team also reportedly obtained reams of potentially damning internal emails and text messages sent by FOX employees — all in an effort to prove network employees knew they were lying through their teeth when they accused the company of manipulating the election results.
“There’s far more than just the $1.6 billion Dominion has sued for on the line,” says one TV insider. “The company is going after the very credibility of FOX News’ top talent. There’s no fixing that. People’s reputations are on the line.” Sources say it seems likely that FOX will try to settle the lawsuit in an effort to keep the most incriminating material from ever seeing the light of day in court.
“I’m sure FOX’s brass will be more than happy to pay a lucrative settlement and move on,” dishes the insider.
FOX News’ life-and-death struggle with Dominion is rooted in the network’s stars — and their guests — alleging Dominion secretly transferred millions of votes from Trump to his victorious opponent Biden. Dominion insists FOX personalities knew they were spouting lies and bogus conspiracy theories in the weeks following the election — but did it anyway! “There’s thousands of people in federal prisons on [far] less evidence of criminal conduct that we have already against Dominion Systems,” Trump surrogate Sidney Powell falsely claimed during an appearance on Lou Dobbs Tonight. Dobbs himself branded the election a “Cyber Pearl Harbor” but ultimately got canned by his bosses. In the lawsuit, Dominion alleges FOX “cynically exploited” those conspiracy theories in order to win back enraged Trump voters who’d been alienated when the network accurately called