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Bill O’Reilly & Glenn: Could THIS lawsuit SINK Fox News?

Bill O’Reilly & Glenn: Could THIS lawsuit SINK Fox News?

Fox News is currently under some pressure.

The network is battling against defamation claims in court from Dominion Voting Systems, which claims that certain hosts should not have shared allegedly incorrect allegations made by President Donald Trump.

According to Glenn, there are rumors that Tucker Carlson is even being told by Ray Epps' attorney that he must apologize to Ray Epps for what he’s said.

Former Fox News host Bill O’Reilly comes on the show to discuss.

He says that we’re going to see more and more “of this hoping that Fox News collapses — because they do have a major problem with the Dominion lawsuits.”

Beck asks O’Reilly how he sees it all ending, and the answer isn’t pretty.

O’Reilly says that because of his exit six years ago from Fox, he sees it as karma.

He says that “Dominion has a case” and that despite the fact that former Attorney General Bill Barr said the case is weak, he doesn’t think it’s a weak case.

He claims that “it could go either way,” but no matter what the outcome is, Fox is already in trouble.

“They may have to pay hundreds of millions of dollars, which will gut the company. They’re already laying off and they’re already cutting salaries at Fox News — already underway.”

O’Reilly believes that if the hosts had guests with opposing views rather than guests who espouse a similar ideology — like he does — this all could have been avoided.

He says, “My business model is simple. I always tell the truth based on facts as I see it. Fox does not do that now. It is a money machine now.”

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