Fox News has aired a news package that debunked election fraud claims made by three of its own hosts after an electronic voting company threatened legal action against the network.

  • Fox aired news package that debunked election fraud claims made by its hosts  
  • Package first aired Friday night on Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs’ show 
  • It then aired on Saturday night on Jeanine Pirro’s program and for a third time on Sunday morning during Maria Bartiromo’s show
  • Package featured voting technology expert Eddie Perez, who said he had ‘not seen any evidence’ that Smartmatic software was used to ‘alter’ vote tabulation 
  • Last week, Smartmatic sent letters to Fox News and Trump allies threatening legal action unless they retract claims that software altered outcome of election
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Fox has aired a news package that debunked election fraud claims made by three of its own hosts after an electronic voting company threatened legal action against the network.

The package first aired Friday night on Fox Business Network host Lou Dobbs’ show, according to CNN.

Dobbs introduced the segment, saying: ‘There are lots of opinions about the integrity of the election; the irregularities of mail-in voting of election voting machines and voting software.’

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The package featured voting technology expert Eddie Perez, who said that he had ‘not seen any evidence’ that Smartmatic software was used to ‘delete, change, alter anything related to vote tabulation’.

Perez also said that he wasn’t aware of a direct connection between Smartmatic company and liberal philanthropic billionaire George Soros.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9072775/Fox-airs-news-package-debunking-election-fraud-claims-voting-company-threatened-legal-action.html

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