Fox News Bringing In Legendary Lawyers To Take On Dominion Voting Systems

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Fox News is declaring legal warfare against Dominion Voting systems. They’re going to court.

According to a new report just released by Law And Crime, Fox News is now bringing in two high-profile lawyers from the state of Texas to take part in a current lawsuit by Dominion Voting Systems targeting their news network. Fox News is about to put up a fight against the shady election technology group accused of being behind the mass voting fraud in the 2020 election.

Fox News Preparing Legal War With Dominion Voting Systems

It all started when Fox News started reporting alleged voter fraud that allegedly occurred involving Dominion Voting Systems voting machines. When Fox News started reporting on it to let the American public know what was going on, Dominion Voting Systems decided to sue them for defamation.

Dominion Voting Systems released the following statement:

“Fox, one of the most powerful media companies in the United States, gave life to a manufactured storyline about election fraud that cast a then-little- known voting machine company called Dominion as the villain.”

Legal Legends Brought In

As a result, Fox News is bringing in some of the most famous lawyers in America to take the case. American lawyers Charles “Chip” Babcock and Scott A. Keller will defend Fox News against Dominion Voting Systems.

Charles Babcock has been in the legal profession for years, and he has “represented individuals such as Warren Buffet, Oprah Winfrey, Dr. Phil McGraw, George W. Bush, and Reggie Love”

Scott Keller is also famous. He “has argued 11 cases before the U.S. Supreme Court and 12 cases before the Texas Supreme Court,” his biography states. “He is the only practicing lawyer to have argued at least 10 cases in both courts.”

Good. It’s time to set an example out of Dominion Voting Systems. It’s time to take these shady companies to court and WIN.

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