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Newsmax clarifies election fraud claims

Newsmax clarifies election fraud claims
"Newsmax would like to clarify its news coverage and note it has not reported as true certain claims made about these companies," Newsmax said with regards to its broadcasts.

Right-wing media outlet Newsmax clarified Monday that guests on its programs suggesting election fraud may have occurred in the 2020 election — of which there is no evidence — were not speaking for Newsmax when they questioned the legitimacy of voting software companies Smartmatic and Dominion.“Since election day, various guests, attorneys and elected officials have appeared on Newsmax and offered opinions and claims about Smartmatic and Dominion Systems, both companies that offer voting software in the U.Right-wing media outlet Newsmax issued a statement clarifying that guests on its programs suggesting election fraud may have occurred in the 2020 election — of which there is no evidence — were not speaking for Newsmax when they questioned the legitimacy of voting software companies Smartmatic and Dominion.Newsmax clarified there is no evidence the two companies enjoy a nefarious relationship with each other or with philanthropist George Soros, who is frequently targeted by right-wing groups as a liberal boogeyman.

” Most Read Those clarification follow legal notices and retraction demands from Smartmatic, according to The Hill.” CNN reports that the Fox News family, which received similar legal notices regarding its coverage, “started airing a remarkable news package debunking claims its hosts and guests have propagated” over the weekend.

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