Fox News Chairman Rupert Murdoch has rejected election conspiracy theories, according to newly revealed documents from a Dominion lawsuit. Murdoch’s stance on the legitimacy of the 2020 US election has been questioned in recent months, especially after Fox News was sued for spreading false claims about Dominion Voting Systems. In response to the lawsuit, Fox News cited newly discovered emails from Maria Bartiromo in their defense, arguing that they were reporting on the allegations made by former President Trump and his legal team. However, a judge has indicated that jurors will not be selected based on who they voted for in the election, suggesting that the case will be decided on the merits of the evidence presented. Despite this, Fox News continues to face criticism for its coverage of the election and its aftermath, with some calling for the network to take responsibility for the damage it has caused. Meanwhile, Tucker Carlson, one of Fox News’ biggest stars, is facing more bad news in the lawsuit, as an update suggests that he may be personally liable for his false claims about Dominion. As tensions continue to rise, media watchers are left wondering whether Fox News can fix the damage it has caused, or if the network will continue to face scrutiny and backlash.