Fox News after failing to broadcast Trump’s recent rallies finally decided to put him on air again but there was a catch though.
During Trump’s CPAC speech Fox News displayed a disclaimer which read: “The Voting System Companies Have Denied Various Allegations Made By President Trump”.
While Trump was fighting for liberty, Fox News was just protecting themselves!
Take a look of a screen shot of the disclaimer below:
This is a real disclaimer that ran on Fox during Trump's CPAC Dallas speech: "THE VOTING SYSTEM COMPANIES HAVE DENIED THE VARIOUS ALLEGATIONS MADE BY PRESIDENT TRUMP…" pic.twitter.com/cTvWJgV9DK
— Oliver Darcy (@oliverdarcy) July 11, 2021
Fox News, which was sued by voting machine makers earlier this year, briefly ran a disclaimer over Trump's CPAC speech: "THE VOTING SYSTEM COMPANIES HAVE DENIED THE VARIOUS ALLEGATIONS MADE BY PRESIDENT TRUMP AND HIS COUNSEL REGARDING THE 2020 ELECTION." https://t.co/gUUobccsDm
— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 12, 2021
While patriots like Mike Lindell, Sydney Powell, and Rudy Giuliani are fighting billion dollar lawsuits from Dominion, Fox News decided to take the easy way out and separate themselves from election fraud claims.
The Daily Beast covered the story and shared these details:
Fox News ran a disclaimer during Donald Trump’s speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference Sunday as the former president said yet again that the 2020 election had been “rigged.” The banner flashing across the screen read, “THE VOTING SYSTEM COMPANIES HAVE DENIED THE VARIOUS ALLEGATIONS MADE BY PRESIDENT TRUMP AND HIS COUNSEL REGARDING THE 2020 ELECTION.”
CNN’s Oliver Darcy reported the notice ran for roughly 40 seconds during Trump’s speech.
Fox News runs disclaimer across the screen while Trump lies about 2020 election in CPAC speechhttps://t.co/vAJAq7Z4Zd
— Raw Story (@RawStory) July 12, 2021
Fox News has yet again shown their true colors on where they truly stand when it comes to President Trump.
At one point of his speech Trump referenced a viral viral thread which talks about election fraud that Tucker Carlson shared on his show.
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) July 11, 2021
Who knows Fox News may put disclaimers on Tucker’s show next..