Dominion Voting Systems Sues Two Conservative Media Networks Over Voter Fraud Accusations

Dominion Voting Systems has sued Newsmax Media Inc. and Herring Networks Inc.’s One America News Network, arguing they defamed Dominion by launching accusations that the voting machine company rigged the 2020 election in favor of President Joe Biden. Dominion also sued Patrick Byrne, who previously served as the chief executive for Overstock.com. Dominion is seeking $1.6 billion in damages. It cited lost profits and other costs. read more

Trump’s Tuesday Night Newsmax Interview Was a Ratings Bomb and It Might Be the Beginning of the End

Donald Trump is obsessed with television ratings. This was quite clear then he was the host of The Apprentice when he frequently exaggerated the size of the show’s audience.

Trump would also use ratings to attack TV journalists who were critical of his presidency. Anyone who wasn’t on board with the MAGA movement was a low ratings failure. read more

Trump Appears on Newsmax, Won’t Say if He’s Running in 2024

Since the day he left the White House, Donald Trump has been relatively quiet. The Twitter ban, thankfully, has prevented him from easily communicating with his supporters and dissenters.

But there were two recent events that brought Trump out from hiding. The first was the anti-Trump speech given by Mitch McConnell on Saturday. The other was today’s death of Rush Limbaugh. read more

For the First Time in 20 Years Both MSNBC and CNN Beat Fox News in Ratings

Last week had a number of major political events. On Monday, Donald Trump made a stump speech in Dalton Georgia. On Tuesday, Americans eagerly awaiting the results of the Georgia senate race.

On Wednesday, viewers tuned in to see the election challenge being mounted by Trump loyalists in the House and Senate. As the fight began, though, a mob of Trump supporters stormed the US Capitol. read more

WATCH: Rudy Giuliani Slams Sidney Powell During Newsmax Interview

Donald Trump’s legal fights over the 2020 election have gone terribly. And with such a lack of success, the president would hope that his legal advisers are, at the least, on the same page.

That is not the case at all, however. Rudy Giuliani, a long-time friend of Trump, seems to have the president’s ear more than any of his other lawyers. But Sidney Powell, who was removed from the legal team weeks ago, was still invited to a weekend summit at the White House. read more