Law & Crime reports:
A Venezuelan businessman has sued the Fox News for defamation, claiming the network falsely and “xenophobically” linked him to the 2020 U.S. presidential election and claims of voter fraud.
In a complaint filed earlier this month, Majed Khalil says that former Fox Business host Lou Dobbs and guest Sidney Powell—both supporters of former President Donald Trump—linked Khalil to baseless claims of voter fraud in the weeks and months following 2020 U.S. presidential election.
Khalil says in the lawsuit that Dobbs and Powell said that Khalil was one of four people who worked with voting software companies Dominion and Smartmatic to “rig or fix the results” of the election in favor of Biden.
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A businessman in Venezuela is suing Fox News and some of the network’s biggest personalities for defamation, alleging they incorrectly connected him to voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election https://t.co/1e4XWwC8Cy
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