G. McConway
March 9, 2023

Trump Goes After Fox News’ Owner in Early Morning Rant

Somebody really needs to take Donald Trump's phone away from him at night.

It would appear that the second he rolls over, he grabs that phone and fires off the first thing that comes to mind. In this case, it was an attack against Fox Corp. Chairman Rupert Murdoch, reports Forbes.

Murdoch has been very careful about addressing the issue of election fraud, as was found in leaked Murdoch testimony. With a lawsuit now underway against Fox by Dominion Voting Systems, of course Murdoch is going to watch his six, but Trump does not see it that way.

Early Morning Rants

I was really hoping that Trump would let the 2020 election go and focus on 2024. If he wins the nomination and continues to bring this up, he is going to wear people down more so than he already has.

To that point, after the testimonies were leaked, Trump went off, posting to Truth Social, "How does Rupert Murdoch say there was no election fraud when 2000 Mules shows, on government tape, that there were millions of 'stuffed ballots,' & Elon Musk released the FBI/Twitter Files, where pollsters say that the silencing of information made a 17% difference in the Vote."

He continued, "Then there was, of course, FBI/Facebook, another big election integrity fraud costing millions of Votes-& this doesn't even count all of the many other ways they cheated, or the fact that they avoided State Legislatures," reports The Hill.

The "2000 Mules" reference is regarding a documentary put out by Trump ally Dinesh D'Souza that examined how drop boxes were allegedly stuffed with fraudulent ballots. Trump supporters have continuously pointed to the movie as absolute evidence the election was stolen, while critics say there was not enough fraud proven that would have changed the election.

That always appears to be the sticking point… we know there was fraud, but was there enough to actually change the outcome of the election?

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