It’s not just Donald Trump that the President’s enemies want to destroy.
Democrats and members of the fake news media are cheering.
And that’s because Sean Hannity got this letter that could cost him everything.
Dominion Voting Systems is one of the main sources of controversy in the 2020 election.
Some of the President’s supporters allege Dominion software changed votes to swing the election to Joe Biden.
Many hosts on Fox News – including Sean Hannity – aired these allegations.
Now, Dominion sent 21 cease and desist letters to the White House, Fox News, One America News, and Newsmax making it clear defamation litigation is on the way.
Popular Fox News hosts Sean Hannity, Lou Dobbs, and Maria Bartiromo were among those receiving the letters.
The voting machine company this week has sent 21 letters to the White House, Fox News, its hosts Sean Hannity, Lou Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo, the news outlets Newsmax, One America News Network, Epoch Times and others demanding they stop making defamatory claims about Dominion and that they preserve any documents they have relating to the firm.
“We write to provide formal notice that litigation regarding these issues is imminent,” Dominion’s lawyers Thomas Clare and Megan Meier wrote to Fox News Media General Counsel Lily Fu Claffee in one of the letters, which were provided to CNBC.
In their letters to individual news hosts, including Bartiromo, a former CNBC employee, the lawyers demanded that they “cease and desist making defamatory claims against Dominion,” saying that they had “featured and continue to feature the proponents of this misinformation campaign against” the company.
President Trump and his allies contended from the day after the election that Joe Biden could only win by fraud and some cited Dominion voting machines as an alleged source of switched votes.
Dominion denied these allegations and stated that they were false.
Now everyone may get their day in court.
Renewed Right will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.