The Fake News Media has been trying to censor anyone who even mentions oddities from the presidential election.
Anyone who questions the “accepted” outcome of the election is not safe.
And Sean Hannity started sweating bullets after he read this one piece of mail from an attorney.
A simple fact regarding the 2020 presidential election is that there were voting machines that failed and allegedly caused votes to be miscounted towards Joe Biden.
In fact, reports out of Michigan indicated a county was flipped to Donald Trump after voting machines appeared to be failing at a nearly 70% clip.
The company behind those machines is Dominion Voting Systems.
So of course, many news hosts reported on these facts – including Sean Hannity.
However, in a bold move, Dominion Voting Systems has sent 21 cease and desist letters to a variety of news outlets like Fox News, the Epoch Times, One America News, and Newsmax.
They also sent the letter directly to the White House.
The reports note that hosts like Sean Hannity were sent individual letters being told to “shut up” and stand down.
The voting machine company this week has sent 21 letters to the White House, Fox News, its hosts Sean Hannity, Lou Dobbs, Maria Bartiromo, the news outlets Newsmax, One America News Network, Epoch Times and others demanding they stop making defamatory claims about Dominion and that they preserve any documents they have relating to the firm.
“We write to provide formal notice that litigation regarding these issues is imminent,” Dominion’s lawyers Thomas Clare and Megan Meier wrote to Fox News Media General Counsel Lily Fu Claffee in one of the letters, which were provided to CNBC.
In their letters to individual news hosts, including Bartiromo, a former CNBC employee, the lawyers demanded that they “cease and desist making defamatory claims against Dominion,” saying that they had “featured and continue to feature the proponents of this misinformation campaign against” the company.
Most Americans agree that there shouldn’t be any type of mistakes like a 68% failure rate on voting machines when it comes to voting in the next President.
So of course Dominion’s alleged fishy election day “mishaps” have understandably been a focal point surrounding the election controversy.
But Dominion is clearly using this as a tool to bully reporters into staying silent about the facts.
Political Animal News will keep you up-to-date on any new developments in this ongoing story.