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Is This What’s Really Behind The Fox News Settlement?

DISCLAIMER: this is purely opinion and speculation.

Ok, let’s do a little critical thinking, shall we?

Yesterday news broke that Fox News had settled it’s lawsuit with Dominion for a reported $787.5 million:

From ABC News:

Dominion Voting Systems, in a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit, accused Fox News of knowingly pushing false conspiracy theories that the voting machine company rigged the 2020 presidential election in Joe Biden’s favor, in what Dominion claims was an effort to combat concerns over declining ratings and viewer retention. Fox defended its coverage, dismissing the suit as a “political crusade in search of a financial windfall.”

“Fox has admitted to telling lies about Dominion,” Dominion Voting Systems CEO John Poulos said outside the courthouse following the announcement of a settlement. It was not immediately clear where this admission took place, beyond Fox’s statement that “We acknowledge the Court’s rulings finding certain claims about Dominion to be false” — or whether Fox News had agreed to a more formal acknowledgement in a public way.

So, I want to ask you a question…

Actually, DC_Draino wants to ask you a question.

First, do you all remember that RINO Paul Ryan is a Board Member at Fox?

RINO Ryan is a huge anti-Trumper.

So what would be a perfect outcome for RINO Ryan and his buddies?

How about a massive chilling effect on all News Media heading into 2024?

What would you do if you wanted to make sure NO major MSM or even fringe media outlet would ever dare even speak about stolen elections?

Slapping Fox News with a $787.5 million payout would sure seem to have that effect, wouldn’t it?

Oh, and then what else would that accomplish?

You’d fill the coffers of the election software company with $787.5 million!

To put that into context, Keith Boykin reports that is TEN TIMES the value of D as an entire company.


And for the trifecta hat trick, you push the narrative that electronic voting machines are safe secure and definitely not being used to cheat.

Definitely not.

Tom Fitton echoes similar thoughts here:

So does MTG:

So, what do you think?

Makes sense doesn’t it?

Accomplish all 3 goals all at the time time?

I’d love to hear your comments down below.

I’ll leave you with this hilarious meme:


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