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Despite Lawsuit From Smartmatic, Lou Dobbs Continues to Push Big Lie in Interview With Trump

Despite Lawsuit From Smartmatic, Lou Dobbs Continues to Push Big Lie in Interview With Trump

Following the 2020 election, many Fox hosts toyed with the idea of the big lie. Not Lou Dobbs, though. The Fox Business host regularly used his platform to promote the big lie and other conspiracy theories.

Gage Skidmore

Shortly after the election, Dobbs was fired from Fox. Higher-ups at the network said the decision was made before the election. According to a CNN report, Dobbs’ show had good ratings, but advertisers avoided the program, not wanting to be associated with the content.

Now a radio host, Dobbs was named in a lawsuit filed by voting machine maker Smartmatic. And despite the suit, the host continued to push the big lie during an interview with Donald Trump.

During the iHeartRadio broadcast, Trump lamented that Democrats “cheated” in 2020. Dobbs backed the lie, saying:

“I personally can’t say that one way or the other, after an investigation what would’ve been the outcome, but I do know this, and I think most Americans when they’re honest know this. There were so many irregularities, so many anomalies as they’re called. So many bizarre instances where it looked like someone was committing fraud because otherwise, why would they put cardboard over windows to keep prying eyes away? And why would they push away Republican poll watchers and not permit them near the counting process? The list goes on.”

 

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