Rupert Murdoch Admits Fox News Hosts Endorsed False Election Claims – Full Coverage

Rupert Murdoch, the executive chairman of Fox Corporation, has acknowledged that some of the network’s hosts endorsed false claims of election fraud.

Murdoch’s comments come after Fox News was hit with a lawsuit alleging that the network had lied to its viewers about the 2020 presidential election. The lawsuit also alleges that Fox News “gaslighted” its audience by promoting false claims of election fraud.

The Associated Press reported that Murdoch said that some Fox News hosts had “endorsed” false claims of election fraud, but that the network had not “promoted” the false claims.

The New York Times reported that Murdoch acknowledged that Fox News hosts had endorsed false claims of election fraud, but he said that the network had not “promoted” the false claims.

CNN reported that Murdoch acknowledged that Fox News hosts had endorsed false claims of election fraud.

The Lexington Herald Leader reported that the lawsuit against Fox News has revealed the gaslighting that has become common practice in the U.S.

The Toledo Blade published an editorial criticizing the fake election coverage that has been promoted by Fox News and other media outlets.

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