Trump rips Fox News: ‘They look too scared’ to ‘reveal the massive amounts of voter fraud & Irregularities’

by Summer Lane

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President Trump took a shot at Fox News on Tuesday, questioning Fox chairman Rupert Murdoch’s motives in “throwing his anchors under the table” as the network dukes it out in a high-dollar defamation lawsuit.

Trump’s comments were shared to Truth Social, where he commented on the lawsuit and slammed the network for looking “weak and ineffective.”

Trump reiterated the goal of the America First movement on the heels of his comments about Fox News

“Why is Rupert Murdoch throwing his anchors under the table, which also happens to be killing his case and infuriating his viewers, who will again be leaving in droves – they already are,” he wrote. “There is MASSIVE evidence of voter fraud & irregularities in the 2020 Presidential Election. Just look at the documentary ‘2000 MULES’ and you will see large scale ballot stuffing caught on government cameras, or votes cast without Legislatures approval, or just recently, the FBI/Twitter Files Scandal. RIGGED!!!”

Per CNBC, recent court filings from Dominion Voting Systems’ lawsuit against Fox and Fox Business Network alleges that several of the hosts endorsed “false election fraud claims.”

Via their report, Murdoch reportedly said that some of the anchors on his network “endorsed” the supposedly “false” election claims surrounding the 2020 presidential election.

President Trump slammed any assertion that there was no fraud in the 2020 election, continuing, “There was so much Voter Fraud & Irregularities in the 2020 Presidential Election that it amazes me how weak and ineffective FoxNews is at portraying itself in the lawsuit against them. They look too scared and frightened to reveal the massive amounts of voter fraud & Irregularities already found, and it would actually help them in the lawsuit. Instead FoxNews wants to silence its anchors and reporters, the reason so many of their viewers fled. The Election was that of a Third World Country!”

Per CNBC, Fox is being sued for $1.6 billion.

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