- The Fox Service host Lou Dobbs said Monday that he was not able to find evidence of any election fraud in 2020– but he continued to push such claims anyhow.
- Speaking with Ed Rollins, the director of a pro-Trump PAC, he freely wondered why “we have had a devil of a time finding actual proof” of election scams.
- Rollins said it was because pro-Trump factions had yet to have their day in court. 60 out of 61 cases trying to overturn Biden’s win have actually failed.
- Fox Company previously had to stroll back some specific election-related claims on Dobbs’ program after a legal hazard from the voting-technology business Smartmatic.
- Fox Business did not instantly respond to an ask for remark.
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The Fox Service host Lou Dobbs complained on his program on Monday that he might not find any proof to support his claims of election scams– which he went on to falsely perpetuate.
The analyst was on “Lou Dobbs Tonight” with the previous Ronald Reagan campaign director and pro-Trump PAC director Ed Rollins for a segment alleging a vast conspiracy to reduce President Donald Trump.
” 8 weeks from the election and we still do not have verifiable, concrete assistance for the crimes that everyone understands were devoted,” Dobbs stated.
” We know that’s the case in Nevada,” he included. “We know it’s the case in Pennsylvania and a number of other states, however we have had a devil of a time discovering real evidence.”
Both theories are not true.
The pro-Democratic lawyer Marc Elias, whose platform Democratic Docket has been tallying the difficulties, reported as of Tuesday that Trump and his allies had made 61 legal challenges to President-elect Joe Biden in state courts and the Supreme Court.
The set likewise regreted a lack of assistance for Trump from the Republican Party and even from within the White Home, even though 140 Republicans in the Home and 12 in the Senate are expected to support moves to challenge Congress when it satisfies Wednesday to accredit the election results.
He had actually claimed improperly that Smartmatic had connections to Rule, another voting-technology company.
In Monday’s segment, Dobbs made no reference of the business but continued to falsely say “deceptive votes” had been cast to hand Biden a sham triumph.
Fox Company did not right away react to a request for comment from Organization Expert.