What the hell is going on with Fox News?

When are they going to start standing up for their hosts and for their right to investigate stories that are important to Americans (like voter fraud), even if they aren’t popular with the Left?

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Los Angeles Times reports- Fox News Media has canceled “Lou Dobbs Tonight,” the program hosted by television’s staunchest supporter of Donald Trump and of his assertions of voter fraud in the 2020 election, The Times has learned.

Fox Business News host Lou Dobbs, of Lou Dobbs Tonight

Dobbs’ program, which airs twice nightly at 5 and 7 p.m. Eastern on the Fox Business Network, will have its final airing Friday, according to a Fox News representative who confirmed the cancellation. Starting next week, the program will be called “Fox Business Tonight,” with rotating substitute hosts Jackie DeAngelis and David Asman, who filled in for Dobbs on Friday.

Dobbs, 75, remains under contract at Fox News, but he will in all likelihood not appear on the company’s networks again. In addition to his Fox Business Network program, he occasionally turned up on the Fox News Channel as a commentator.

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The cancellation comes a day after voting software company Smartmatic filed a $2.7 billion defamation suit against Fox News and three of its hosts — Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo, and Jeanine Pirro. The company claims the hosts perpetuated lies and disinformation about Smartmatic’s role in the election, damaging its business and reputation.

The very popular Fox Business host has invited several guests, including former federal prosecutor Sidney Powell to appear on his show, where they discussed claims of alleged massive voter fraud that took place before, during, and after the November 2020 election. Instead of defending Dobbs, Fox executives decided to cut ties with the iconic anchor who spent the bulk of his career (1980-2009) at CNN before moving to the FOX News network.

Americans are clearly curious about voter fraud. This video with Sidney Powell, posted by Lou Dobbs on Twitter, has already been viewed over 1.2 million times:

Dominion has been threatening defamation lawsuits to a variety of publications and individuals who dared to question the results of the election. Threats of defamation lawsuits by Dominion have had a chilling effect on the First Amendment Rights of Americans who should be able to freely discuss what they see as a flawed voting process that includes the machine tabulation of our votes. Now, Smartmatic is getting into the game with threats to silence anyone who dares to challenge the integrity of their machines.

In 2006, Dobbs and CNN correspondent Katie Pilgrim shared her investigative report on Smartmatic voting machines. It’s curious that Smartmatic didn’t threaten to sue Dobbs in 2006…

Dobbs began the segment by warning, “A firm owned by Venezuela could be allowed to take over one of this country’s top voting firms.” He explained that Venezuala is owned by dictator Hugo Chavez. “Critics warn that our nation’s very democracy is now for sale without doing a thing about it,” Dobbs said.

CNN correspondent Katie Pilgrim joined Dobbs, where she shared a frightening expose on 19,000 electronic voting machines used by Chicago, IL Sequoia in their 2006 elections. In 2005, Sequoia, a US company that made the electronic voting machines, was bought by Smartmatic, a private company primarily owned by Venezuelan businessmen.

“When Chicago had problems with their machines, over a dozen Venezuelans were there to help with the elections,” Pilgrim explained. While Smartmatic was technically based in Boca Raton, FL, most of the employees were based in Venezuela.

Experts warned that foreign nations shouldn’t have access to our elections, adding that the US Treasury Department is supposed to monitor the sale of US companies to overseas investors.

When Pilgrim revealed to Dobbs that the US Treasury Department couldn’t confirm that the sale of Sequoia was reviewed, a very animated Lou Dobbs blasted them for allowing a foreign-owned company to own our electronic voting machines. “These are the most arrogant, incompetent, bureaucratic idiots!” Dobbs told Pilgrim, who certainly agreed with him.

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It’s curious that in the United States, a country that other nations have always looked to as an example of free speech and free press, that so many of our mainstream media outlets appear to be coordinating their messages, much like state-run media in communist or socialist countries around the world.

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