Sean Hannity’s Career At Fox News Is In Trouble Because Of This Lawsuit

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Donald Trump’s enemies are on the march.

And they are playing for keeps.

Now Sean Hannity’s career at Fox News is in trouble because of this lawsuit.

As Great American Daily reports:

Trump ally attorney Sidney Powell and others floated allegations that Dominion Voting system machines switched votes from Donald Trump to Joe Biden and supposedly stole the election.

Other pro-Trump hosts on Fox News, One America News and Newsmax provided a forum for these allegations as well as other claims about Dominion being linked to foreign governments, George Soros and the Clinton Foundation.

Dominion denied these allegations and fired off a cease and desist letter to Sean Hannity and other hosts on those networks regarding allegations about the company being involved in a plot to steal the 2020 election from Donald Trump.

CNBC reported that “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.”

Dominion made it clear that they intended to file a major defamation lawsuit against Hannity and others for claims about their voting machine software.

“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,” CNBC also reported.

Dominion’s letter demanded the hosts and networks immediately stop airing allegations against the company.

“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,” CNBC also reported.

Trump supporters are convinced something happened during the 2020 Presidential Election.

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A brand new USA Today/Suffolk poll found 78 percent of Republicans do not believe that Joe Biden legitimately won the election.

There are many sources of this suspicion.

Trump voters point to mail-in ballots, signature verification and mysterious vote dumps in the middle of the night as proof of fraud.

Hosts at Fox, One America News and Newsmax provided a forum for Trump attorney Sidney Powell to unleash allegations against Dominion.

Now the company slapped those networks and their on-air talent with a major lawsuit that could threaten the future financial viability of Newsmax and One America News and the on-air future of talents like Sean Hannity.