While Fox News' Laura Ingraham finally admitted that Joe Biden is actually going to be the next president of the United States, Lou Dobbs and Rudy Giuliani were still pretending that the courts are going to overturn the results of the election.
Rudy Giuliani Tells Lou Dobbs They're Just ‘One Fair Decision' Away From Turning Things Around For Trump
Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani and his FBN sycophant Lou Dobbs lie to their audience about how well all of the court cases Rudy has been losing for Trump supposedly have been going, with Giuliani swearing that things are about to turn around for Trump any moment now.
Donald Trump will likely be a prisoner of the U.S. legal system for the foreseeable future, and he has clearly decided he'd rather be wrapped up in electoral proceedings than criminal ones.
Fox's Judge Napolitano Slams ‘Dangerous’ McConnell Plan To Shield Businesses From Coronavirus Lawsuits
Fox's Judge Andrew Napolitano said on Thursday that a Republican plan to shield businesses from coronavirus-related lawsuits is “dangerous.”
Sean Hannity had a full meltdown over others in the media daring to tell the truth about how dangerous he's been for downplaying the coronavirus pandemic. I'm sure they'd welcome discovery should he follow through with his threat.
MSNBC's Gabriel Sherman on the fact that Fox had to deviate from their normal propaganda for Trump with their COVID-19 coverage once reality bit them in the hind side, and the concern within the network over being sued for downplaying the pandemic.
A federal judge denied a motion by Bill O’Reilly to seal the sexual harassment settlement agreements reached with the women who are now suing him for defamation.
According to The New York Times, Bill O’Reilly paid $32 million to settle a sexual harassment suit by Fox News legal analyst Lis Wiehl shortly before Fox News renewed his contract.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus told ABC's Jonathan Karl that the Trump administration has "looked at" the possibility of changing libel laws to allow them to sue The New York Times.
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus tells ABC's Jonathan Karl that changing libel laws so they can sue the press is something they've "looked at."
- 1 of 3