According to the Times, during the hearing in Delaware Superior Court, Dominion lawyer Stephen Shackelford said that “not a single Fox witness” has produced any evidence to substantiate the countess fake claims about the voting company that were repeated on the network day in and day out.
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“Many of the highest-ranking Fox people have admitted under oath that they never believed the Dominion lies,” Shackelford said, explicitly calling out Fox executive Meade Cooper, who oversees prime-time programming for Fox News, and Fox News host Tucker Carlson.
Another bombshell Wednesday unveiled evidence that a Fox Corporation employee tried to stop Sidney Powell from making the false claims about Dominion voting machines, and there’d been a request that she be removed from Trump’s legal team, the Times reports.
Dominion has been making its way through the 52,000 documents (including texts and emails) provided by Fox News to the company.
According to the Times, Fox News has repeatedly asked the court to keep all evidence about the case under seal. In contrast, Dominion has argued that the public has a right to see it—including testimony given by Fox Corporation boss Lachlan Murdoch, son of Fox Corporation chairman Rupert Murdoch.
Judge Eric M. Davis has agreed to keep most aspects under seal, with the caveat that if someone in the case says something “not bright” that shouldn’t be public, that would not keep it under seal. “That’s too bad,” Davis added.
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