Rupert Murdoch Teamed Up With Jared Kushner To Try To Steal The Election From Biden
Rupert Murdoch provided Jared Kushner with Joe Biden's 2020 ads and debate strategy in violation of confidentiality agreements.
Fox News Is Even Worse Than You Thought
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The Dominion lawsuit has revealed that Fox News is not a news organization. It is a political operation disguised as news. There are journalists who try to do things the right way at Fox, but those people are mostly window dressing to give a pretext for the real agenda, which is to help Republicans win.
Fox News fuels division and the partisan divide, while spreading misinformation, but they also try to influence elections well beyond what viewers see on their screens.
The latest filing from Dominion Voter Systems in their $1.6 billion lawsuit against Fox News contains the bombshell that Rupert Murdoch was feeding confidential Biden information to Jared Kushner and the Trump campaign.
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Rupert Murdoch Admits Giving The Trump Campaign Biden’s Ads And Debate Strategy
During Trump's campaign, Rupert provided Trump's son-in-law and senior advisor, Jared Kushner, with Fox confidential information about Biden's ads, along with debate strategy. (providing Kushner a preview of Biden's ads before they were public). But, on election night Rupert would not help with the Arizona call. As Rupert described it: My friend Jared Kushner called me saying, This is terrible, and I could hear Trump's voice in the background shouting." But Rupert refused to budge: And I said, Well, the numbers are the numbers.
As Trump was claiming that the election was stolen, he was trying to steal the election from Biden.
We’ll discuss Murdoch’s actions and what they mean for Fox News below.
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