President Trump has aimed his fire at media powerhouse Fox News, which he believes is ignoring Dinesh D’Souza’s new movie “2000 Mules,” which provides incontrovertible proof of planned election fraud during the 2020 presidential campaign.
The former president went so far as to advise CNN to take up the mantle of typical conservative media because no one is watching their “Fake News” right now. He said, “What the heck do they have to lose?”
D’Souza has been vocal in recent weeks about Newsmax and Fox News reportedly banning the discussion of his vital film and failing to book him on to discuss it. True the Vote President and Founder Catherine Engelbrecht claiming that she was instructed not to speak about the documentary while appearing on Tucker Carlson’s “Tucker Carlson Tonight.”
This week, D’Souza addressed the controversy on his “Dinesh D’Souza Podcast.” According to D’Souza’s account, Carlson intended to show a film trailer while interviewing Catherine Englebrecht regarding her campaign efforts during the 2020 election.
Apparently, the problem began when D’Souza, correctly or incorrectly, interpreted the conditions of utilizing portions of his film in such a manner that the trailer would not identify the documentary by name. According to D’Souza, a member of Carlson’s show sent him a text message stating, “If you want a entire 90 seconds for your trailer, you’ll need to purchase an ad on the show for a full 90 seconds. You’re no longer eligible for free ads.”
Despite the fact that the details of their conflict are unclear — each party has a plausible viewpoint — Fox News, objectively, has remained quiet about the major news revealed in the film, which is altering many people’s opinions about the 2020 presidential election.
Newsmax and Fox News have been disappointingly ineffective in their coverage of the widespread voter irregularities nationwide, which are most likely to have put the United States into our present calamity
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