Dominion Answers Would Have Been Found If Fox Fought — Fox, showing the courage for which corporate America is known, caved in its court case with Dominion Voting Systems confessing it told lies about the company after the 2020 election and paying it $787 million to avoid a $1.6 billion settlement.
One would have thought they would have at least gone to trial simply to keep their cred which would be higher with a fighting loss rather than rolling over.
One would have thought that even with a defeat in a jury trial they sill had numerous paths to appeal as Dominion would presumably fall under the public figure/public official standard created by New York Times vs Sullivan .
If the company that runs our elections is not a public official what exactly is?
Further, if Fox showed some spine it could have perhaps compelled Dominion officials to answer the questions they refused to take from the Pennsylvania Senate.
Further, the could have queried them about their strident opposition to software audits such as one they one they squelched in Fulton County, Pa.
And maybe they could have even brought up how Fulton County, itself, is suing Dominion. They could have maybe worked into the debate the findings of Wake Technology Services Inc. concerning Dominion machines.
The opposition to audits is obvious grounds for suspicion.
Cowardice is going to kill this country.
And regardless of whether the suspicions are grounded or that Dominion is evil or any other similar thought lurking in the minds of millions of Americans, why are we using private machines for our elections? Why does the intellectual property of corporations take precedence over election transparency?
Demand answers to these questions starting with your committeeman and take it all the way to the governor.
Oh, the latest concerning Fulton County regarding lawfare and the destruction of faith in our elections: https://www.inquirer.com/politics/election/fulton-county-dominion-voting-machines-sanctions-pa-supreme0court-20230419.html
Note that Pennsylvania’s partisan Supreme Court is not saying Wake TSI found nothing. It’s saying it shouldn’t have looked.