Rupert Murdoch May Fire Three Top Fox News Stars amid Lawsuit Fallout

At least three key Fox News stars may get fired as network owner Rupert Murdoch battles a huge lawsuit, according to reports.

The news comes amid the $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit against Murdoch and his company by Dominion Voting Systems, the company that provides election machines across the country.

Network insiders have reportedly told RadarOnline that the 92-year-old billionaire will commit “blood sacrifices” and dump some top stars and try to pin the blame on them to get the network off the hook for any damages.

The report names Sean Hannity, Jeanine Pirro, and Maria Bartiromo as those most likely to get the boot from Fox News if Murdoch makes the extraordinary cover your a** move.

According to RadarOnline:

Murdoch’s testimony, which was released publicly earlier this week, the Fox News honcho himself indicated the Fox News talent that “promoted” Trump’s 2020 election fraud claims should be “reprimanded” or fired as a result of the ongoing multi-billion-dollar lawsuit scandal.

“They should be reprimanded,” Murdoch replied when asked what consequences there should be for those who knowingly lied on air. “Maybe got rid of.”

Hannity addressed the lawsuit on his radio show where he said that he never talked about a “rigged election” but pointed out election integrity issues.

“If you listen to what I said on the air every day, what did I talk about? Let me remind you.

“I talked about laws being violated.

“Partisan observers, for example, most states have laws that partisan observers get to watch the vote count from start to finish.

“In 2020, they were a hundred feet back.

“They were a thousand feet back.

“They – there was no accommodation to uphold the law that allows partisan observers to observe.

“So I focused on those things and I was very, very specific.

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“You know, you’re asking me whether or not I talked about other topics, I did not.

“Those were not arguments that were being made on this show,” he said.

“I said I had problems that there were integrity issues, and I just spelled out what the integrity issues were.”

Trump ripped Murdoch after the media mogul’s testimony was made public saying:

“Why is Rupert Murdoch throwing his anchors under the table, which also happens to be killing his case and infuriating his viewers, who will again be leaving in droves – they already are.”

READ MORE: Keith Olbermann Demands Fox News Closed Down for ‘National Security’ Reasons

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By David Hawkins

David Hawkins is a writer who specializes in political commentary and world affairs. He's been writing professionally since 2014.

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