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Bill Barr Subpoenaed in Dominion Voting Machines Election Lawsuit

Former attorney general called to testify in case $1.6B against Fox News

 on 13th July 2022 @ 3.00pm
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Bill Barr has been subpoenaed in Dominion's lawsuit

Former Attorney General Bill Barr has been subpoenaed in Dominion Voting Systems' 2020 election lawsuit.

Barr has been subpoenaed in a defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion against Fox News over allegations about the company's voting machines.

Barr served as then-President Donald Trump's attorney general from 2019 through 2020.

The voting machine company filed to subpoena Barr, according to the court docket for the case.

Fox News is being targeted for reporting on accusations against Dominion of vote-rigging.

The outlet reported claims the company used its voting machines to rig the 2020 election to help Democrats win.

Dominion alleges that Fox News reported on the allegations to maintain viewers and make a profit, according to the Delaware Superior Court filing seeking $1.6 billion.

"The truth matters," the company said in its complaint against Fox News.

"Lies have consequences.

"Fox sold a false story of election fraud in order to serve its own commercial purposes, severely injuring Dominion in the process."

Fox News expressed confidence that it will succeed in the litigation.

A Fox News spokesperson issued a press statement that said:

"We are confident we will prevail, as freedom of the press is foundational to our democracy and must be protected, in addition to the damages claims being outrageous, unsupported, and not rooted in sound financial analysis, serving as nothing more than a flagrant attempt to deter our journalists from doing their jobs.”

dominion has been accused of using its voting machines to rig elections for democrats © press
Dominion has been accused of using its voting machines to rig elections for Democrats

A judge ruled last month the lawsuit can proceed after Fox's parent company, Fox Corp., tried to have the lawsuit dismissed.

Dominion has also filed to subpoena Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger.

Raffensperger, a Republican, recently testified during a hearing for the Democrats' anti-Trump Jan. 6 Committee.

He claimed Trump pushed him to find cases of fraud amid allegations of vote-rigging.

[RELATED] Dominion Engineer Told Antifa He'd 'Made Sure' Trump Wouldn't Win, Report Says

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