Audit Results Coming, So the Elites Try to Take Tucker Carlson Out
Tick tock. This just might be the longest and most tense week of the year. The Arizona state senate will hold a hearing this Friday at 1 p.m. (MST) to release the long-awaited results of the forensic audit of Maricopa County. There will be so many people tuning in to watch the results that it might break the internet, or at least slow it down significantly.
Be on the lookout for false flag attacks this week. The elites will do just about anything to knock these results off the front page, including staging school shootings or terrorist attacks. Speaking of which, a shadowy voting machine company that we all have valid questions about has just amped up its efforts to destroy Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Maria Bartiromo of Fox News.
Everyone who paid attention to the last election has to have legitimate questions about Dominion Voting Systems. This shadowy company controls voting machines in 19 states and hundreds of counties across America (including all of the questionable “swing” states). And because it’s a private company, all of its financial information, investors, and information about its software capabilities is not available to the public.
By contracting with this private company, all of these states have eliminated the normal transparency rules that apply in normal government contracts. If something fishy happens in elections, we’re told that we’re just supposed to take Dominion’s word for it. This, in and of itself, raises serious questions about Dominion.
Don’t forget that a year ago, as we were in the run-up to the election, Democrat Senators including Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, Ron Wyden and Richard Blumenthal all raised serious questions about Dominion Voting Systems. They all claimed that Dominion’s voting machines are hooked to the internet. They also claimed that these machines are vulnerable to software manipulation and remote hacking. They said that a person from a remote location could “switch votes” from one candidate to another and it would be virtually undetectable.
It was only after the 2020 election, when millions of Americans saw votes mysteriously switched from Donald Trump to Joe Biden in the middle of the night, that these Democrat Senators suddenly shut up about Dominion. “Cleanest election ever! Anyone who says otherwise is repeating a debunked conspiracy theory!”
Dominion has sued some of the most prominent truth-seekers out there in attempts to silence anyone who has questions about its software. They sued Mike Lindell for something like a billion dollars, and they’re suing Fox News for $2.7 billion. They’re also suing Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell.
Discovery on the Fox News suit started last week, and Dominion’s lawyers have made a very strange request. They want three years’ worth of private, internal Fox News performance reviews of Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, Maria Bartiromo, Jeanine Pirro and Lou Dobbs. For simply reporting on the 2020 election and asking valid questions about the company’s machines, Dominion is claiming that these hosts were trying to “please Donald Trump,” which would establish deliberate malice against Dominion. (It’s a defamation lawsuit, so deliberate malice has to be proven to the court to win the case.)
Dominion wrote in its court filing:
“These documents are relevant to Fox’s oversight of its on-air personalities and Fox’s knowledge of whether they were prone to lie and mis-inform the public on their shows.”
If the court grants this request, you and I both know exactly what will happen next. Dominion’s lawyers will cherry-pick statements out of context from those performance reviews – anything that can be taken out of context even slightly to make the hosts look bad – and Dominion will then immediately leak those cherry-picked statements to CNN and MSNBC to smear them.
I watched most of the coverage that all of those hosts provided at the time. You probably did too. I don’t recall anything said that was defamatory, by any of those hosts. They all know the rules and they’re all media professionals, and they covered the story by reporting it as accurately as they could, providing attribution, and making clear that the allegations against Dominion were allegations.
The good news, I suppose is that defamation suits against the media are nearly impossible to prove. Covington Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann’s recent multi-million-dollar victories against liberal media outlets were the exception to the rule – and he only won because CNN and The Washington Post’s coverage was so outrageously bad. Fox News isn’t going to end up paying $2.7 billion to Dominion Voting Systems.
BUT… if the judge grants Dominion the right to see the performance reviews of Tucker Carlson and the other hosts, expect to see a lot of fake news stories smearing them in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, tick tock! I can’t wait for this Friday!