Trump Is Referred To As A Demonic Force By Tucker Carlson In A New Legal Filing

Trump Is Referred To As A Demonic Force By Tucker Carlson In A New Legal Filing- The recently made public texts are part of a $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems against the media behemoth for its coverage of the election’s aftermath.

The legal document made public on Thursday casts doubt on claims that Dominion’s voting machines rigged the presidential election in favor of Joe Biden by disparaging hosts Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Laura Ingraham, as other Trump henchmen, including Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani in messages.

The business further asserts that Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani were given a forum by Fox News personalities Lou Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo, and Sean Hannity to fabricate information regarding the voting process. According to the Dominion filing, which referenced quotes from the information gathered during the lawsuit, “Fox knew.”

Trump Is Referred To As A Demonic Force By Tucker Carlson In A New Legal Filing
Trump Is Referred To As A Demonic Force By Tucker Carlson In A New Legal Filing

“Fox knew ‘the Dominion stuff’ was ‘complete BS’ from the top down. The filing includes depositions Dominion obtained through discovery from Fox News over the past few months, internal emails, and text messages.

According to the document, on November 13, Carlson texted one of his producers, demanding that Trump acknowledge “that there wasn’t enough fraud to change the outcome” of the election. He also later texted, claiming that one of Trump’s attorneys, Sidney Powell, was “lying” about having proof of election fraud.

A few days later, as detailed in the legal filing, Carlson texted Ingraham once more to express his concerns, adding, “Sidney Powell is lying, by the way. I got her. It’s crazy. Sidney is a totally crazy, Ingraham retorted. She won’t get along with anyone. The same goes for Rudy.

“I find it to be quite disrespectful,” Carlson retorted. Our viewers genuinely believe themselves to be decent people. The complaint claims that Powell told Maria Bartiromo and Fox staff members that she was unreliable because she depended on dubious sources.

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According to the lawsuit, Powell’s “evidence” for her unfounded claims that the voting company rigged the election came from a person who identified herself as “internally decapitated” and capable of “time travel in a semi-conscious state” before her Nov. 8 appearance on Bartiromo’s Sunday Morning Futures show.

The same month, Carlson claimed on his show that Powell had described “the single worst crime in American history” following a news conference where Giuliani and Powell repeated their bogus allegations that the election was rigged.

To finish his program, Carlson expressed his optimism that “Sidney Powell will come out soon with specifics on exactly how this happened, and precisely who did it.” Still, then he recanted, acknowledging that “she never sent us any evidence, despite several requests.”

The same producer received a message from Carlson on January 6 in which he described Trump as “a demonic force, a destroyer,” but added, “But he’s not going to destroy us.” Despite this, the presenter invited Mike Lindell, his top sponsor, to appear on his show three weeks later. Lindell then repeated Powell’s claims live on air and even gave Carlson’s team a sneak peek at them.

The freedom of the press and the freedom of speech, which are fundamental rights guaranteed by the Constitution and protected by New York Times v. Sullivan, remain at the heart of this case, according to Fox, who wrote in a statement to ABC News, “There will be a lot of noise and confusion generated by Dominion and their opportunistic private equity owners.”

According to ABC, Fox asserted in its motion for summary judgment, which was submitted on Thursday, that “statements Dominion challenges are not actionable defamation because Fox News’ coverage and commentary are not only not defamatory, but are also protected by the First Amendment and New York doctrines emanating from it.”

By Nov. 12, the ramifications of the allegations made in the voting fraud narrative had become apparent. According to the petition, Hannity sent a message to tucker Carlson and Ingraham that day saying, “In one week and one debate, they ruined a brand that took 25 years to establish and the damage is immeasurable.”

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