We all thought that Fox News has changed for good, but it looks like they are again in their old ways.

After few attempts at redeeming themselves with conservative viewers, Fox News is yet again covering up any mention of fraud in the 2020 election.

This time they made it big time, targeting Former President Donald Trump, by cutting Trump’s feed when he started talking about the November election and the many inconsistencies that surrounded it.

Fox is still actively participating in the covering of the 2020 election fraud.

According to the Western Journal report:

Fox News cut off its live coverage of former President Donald Trump’s remarks at the nation’s southern border on Wednesday after he began discussing his allegations of fraud in the 2020 election.

Despite heavy promotion of the event, the network abruptly returned to studio coverage after Trump claimed he had won the 2020 presidential election.

“We had an election where we did much better than we did the first time and amazingly we lost,” the former president said during his remarks.
“I just want to thank the people of Texas because we won in a landslide. It wasn’t even close,” Trump added.

“We got 12 million more votes than we got the first time,” he continued.

“We better get our elections straightened out because you’re going to have a runaway country, you’re going to have a banana republic, you’re going to have a third world country here pretty soon because our elections are a mess,” Trump continued. (Despite numerous allegations of voting irregularities, no court has ruled that there was widespread fraud that affected the results of the 2020 election.)

The former president’s audio was cut off by Fox News shortly after those comments, and the network continued coverage from its New York studio.

The former president’s audio was cut off by Fox News shortly after those comments, and the network continued coverage from its New York studio.

Trump’s full remarks were streamed on several other platforms, including Texas Republican Gov. Greg Abbott’s Facebook page.

Abbott posted a video Tuesday ahead of Trump’s visit to the nation’s southern border announcing a security briefing that would be streamed live on Facebook, despite Trump’s ban from the platform.

Watch it here: Fox News/Youtube

Sources: Wayne Dupree, Western Journal

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