Fox News faced a fresh crisis Thursday after a judge uncovered hundreds of malicious pages of testimony and emails from top executives and its most famous faces, including an explosive document released last month that was “a scam.” Part of the $1.6 billion Dominion Voting Systems. Network defamation lawsuits
First reported by NBC News, the documents added fuel to the fires raging around Fox News and allegations that its biggest executives and stars knew the network was reporting misinformation about voting machines. and fraud in the 2020 election.
The message featured hosts and executives arguing about how to deal with President Donald Trump’s refusal to admit defeat. and an insistence on pushing back widely disproved claims of voting fraud. Many of the same famous faces named in previous records appear in the new series: Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity, among others.
A handful of employee layoffs published Thursday also pulled the lid back on how Fox executives, including Chairman Rupert Murdoch, let such lies continue.
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