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Biden’s DOJ DROPS Lawsuit Against Satellite Network Giant Following Lucrative ‘Donation’

This case of bribery couldn’t possibly be any clearer.

Dish Network, the satellite network giant, battled federal fraud charges for almost 10 years.

However, following a lucrative donation of $113,000 to the Biden campaign, Biden’s Department of Justice suddenly and conveniently dropped the 10-year-old case against Dish Network. The New York Post confirmed:

Ergen, a former professional poker player who helped launch what was then called EchoStar Communications in 1980, has battled the federal fraud claim for nearly a decade.

But the Tennessee native saw his luck change shortly after he and spouse Candy contributed $100,000 to Biden’s super PAC and maxed out with matching $6,600 donations to the president’s principal campaign committee in December, according to campaign finance filings.

$113,000 to drop a $3.3 billion lawsuit represents the deal of a lifetime and an incredibly lucrative investment on the part of the Satellite television network.

I wasn’t the only one thinking that Dish Network’s obvious bribery of the Biden administration was suspect:

Breitbart also featured related complaints from Elon Musk regarding Dish Network and its founder:

Last year, Elon Musk tweeted that Dish Network CEO and major political donor Charlie Ergen “is trying steal” wireless internet through his lobbying.

He previously accused Ergen of engaging in “sneaky moves” at the FCC.


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