The New York Times examined the response of those networks to the private messages that were made public in Dominion Voting Systems’ $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Fox News.
According to the NY Times findings, only four publications – Gateway Pundit, Newsmax, the Washington Examiner and the Western Journal – mentioned the suit in some way.
However, none of them worked the Fox employees’ private comments into their coverage. Any mention by the other 18 outlets came from wire stories, such as those written by the Associated Press.
Those companies include all of Fox’s brands (Fox News, Fox Business Channel, Fox News Sunday), OAN, The Daily Wire and InfoWars.Dominion’s lawsuit including texts, emails and other communications exchanged by prominent convervative media figures such as Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Fox owner Rupert Murdoch.Read more on thewrap.com
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