Smartmatic, a voting technology company, has served three conservative news outlets with legal notices. The voting tech company served notices to Fox News, One America News (OAN), and Newsmax for creating a “disinformation campaign” which helped spread claims that the company permitted election rigging to help Joe Biden win the presidency.
“This campaign was designed to defame Smartmatic and undermine a legitimately conducted elections,” said Smartmatic CEO Antonio Mugica.
The Daily Caller reports:
“Over the course of the campaign, Fox News published and republished dozens of false and misleading statements regarding Smartmatic,” the legal notice to Fox News states, per CNN.
The notice continues to state that if Fox had performed “even a modicum of investigation,” they would have realized the claims were inaccurate, CNN reported.
“Smartmatic demands a full and complete retraction of all false and defamatory statements reports published by Fox News. This retraction must be done with the same intensity and level of coverage that you used to defame the company in the first place,” the legal notice states, according to CNN.
While Fox News and OAN did not respond to CNN’s request for comment, Newsmax said, “As any major media outlet, we provide a forum for public concerns and discussion. In the past we have welcomed Smartmatic and its representatives to counter such claims they believe to be inaccurate and will continue to do so.”
The lawsuit names Fox News hosts Lou Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo, and Jesse Watters among others who allegedly defamed the company.
take it to court ,if ‘smart magic’ is still around for long enough ,we know demoninian has 3 or 4 hundred million Chinese dollars to give away could feed a few covid damaged families for a while .