Fox News Facing $1.6 Billion Lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems

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Last year, Dominion Voting Systems came under intense scrutiny from then-President Trump’s lawyers and conservatives. Dominion Voting Systems’ software was accused of flipping Trump votes to Biden votes and otherwise perpetrating various fraud schemes that resulted in Biden becoming president.

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Many Americans believe that fraud is why Biden is in the White House now; however, Dominion Voting Systems has denied claims that their software and machines perpetrated voter fraud. In fact, multiple representatives for Dominion came out last year and stated that the allegations against them simply are not possible or true.


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Earlier this year, Dominion Voting Systems brought a $1.4 billion lawsuit against former Trump attorney Sidney Powell after she refused to retract fraud claims against them. Now, Breitbart News confirms that Dominion Voting Systems is suing Fox News for $1.6 billion.

A Closer Look at Dominion Voting Systems’ Lawsuit Against Fox News

Today, Dominion Voting Systems launched a serious defamation lawsuit against Fox News. Attorneys for the voting software company allege that Fox News peddled mistruths about vote flipping and other fraud for “commercial purposes.” Dominion Voting Systems furthermore alleges that falsehoods from Fox News resulted in “severe injuries” to Dominion.

Multiple Dominion Voting Systems workers have faced harassment, economic harm, and even death threats, a reality noted in the $1.6 billion lawsuit against Fox News. Americans should also know that while Dominion Voting Systems is suing Fox News, they also haven’t ruled out bringing lawsuits against specific personalities working for the conservative-leaning media company.

Additional entities to face signficant lawsuits from Dominion Voting Systems include former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani and the CEO of MyPillow. Lawyers for Dominion moreover maintain that the “buck” must stop with Fox News.

What Happens Next?

News about the $1.6 billion lawsuit against Fox News has already begun to quickly spread. “Dominion voting” trended on Twitter as of late Friday morning, with Americans sharing their thoughts and opinions.

Days ago, Dominion Voting Systems’ lawsuit against Sidney Powell made public headlines due to Powell’s response. The former Trump attorney alleged that “no reasonable person” would view her statements about voter fraud and Dominion Voting Systems as “statements of fact.”


In the weeks and months that lay ahead, Americans are bound to hear more about the $1.6 billion lawsuit against Fox News from Dominion Voting Systems.

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