Brett Baier’s Text Messages From 2020 Election Uncovered 

( When discussing the 2020 election with pals through text message, Fox News host Bret Baier offered opinions and perspectives on then-President Trump. 

In a court filing, Dominion Voting Systems, who is suing Fox News for slander and demanding $1.6 billion in damages, disclosed private comments made by FOX News presenters and administrators in the wake of the election. 

The text messages and emails also provide a glimpse into the minds of the people who have influence over Fox News’s reporting. 

During a conversation that began on Election Night and continued into the next day, Baier gave a “never-Trump” friend some constructive criticism and he predicted a Trump victory.  His friend then insulted Tucker Carlson and Sean Hannity. Baier also took a shot at Biden for never appearing on Fox. 

While Biden does not intend to appear on FOX News, the network has resisted letting Trump appear. 

Years ago, FOX News began a feud with Donald Trump.

According to a 2016 article from Breitbart, Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump’s then-campaign manager, revealed a conflict of interest that Fox News had been covering up for months. 

Lewandowski exposed Fox News’ coverup of Bill Sammon, vice president of Fox News Channel, whose daughter worked for  Senator Marco Rubio (R-FL)’s presidential campaign.  It appeared to be a conflict of interest.  

Lewandowski explained to CNN that Sammon and his daughter Brooke Sammon had a financial stake in seeing the Rubio campaign succeed and the other candidates fail. Sammon is one of the executives on Fox that sets the debate questions, so maybe he has his own ulterior goals, he said.   

The report also showed Fox made anti-Trump statements and alleged that Lewandowski threatened Fox News anchor and co-debate moderator Megyn Kelly in 2016. All of which Lewandowski vehemently denied, and FOX did not provide evidence.