Newsmax settles Dominion lawsuit, issues retraction on 2020 coverage

Newsmax settles Dominion lawsuit, issues retraction on 2020 coverage

A worker passes a Dominion Voting ballot scanner while setting up a polling location at an elementary school in Gwinnett County, Ga., outside of Atlanta on Jan. 4, 2021. Newsmax has apologized to an employee of Dominion Voting Systems. (AP Photo/Ben Gray)

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UPDATED 5:50 PM PT – Friday, April 30, 2021

Newsmax caved to left-wing pressure by reversing all stories covering fraud in the 2020 election. Early Friday, the media outlet posted a statement to “clarify its coverage” of Dominion voting machines and the ongoing fraud investigation.

In a statement, Newsmax admitted that while they did report — and in doing so — supported arguments and evidence brought forth by President Trump, among others, they themselves found no evidence of fraud.

Following the publication, Dr. Coomer, the director of Product Strategy and Security for Dominion, settled his lawsuit against Newsmax.

 LOUISVILLE, KY - JANUARY 02: DC Under Siege protesters display their Stop The Steal signs in front Sen. Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's vandalized home on January 2, 2021 in Louisville, Kentucky. Black Lives Matter demonstrators and right-wing DC Under Siege members gathered during the Won't Back Down Rally to protest Sen. McConnell's decision to block the most recent stimulus bill. (Photo by Jon Cherry/Getty Images)

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Meanwhile, several entities, including President Trump’s campaign staff, attorneys Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani, as well as One America News, have not caved and are continuing to investigate despite the suit against them.

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