Newsmax Issues Retraction and Apology To Dominion Employee Over Elections Stories

Newsmax has issued a retraction and offered an apology to Ed Coomer, a Dominion Voting Systems employee. The right-wing media outlet had spread rumors, without evidence, that Coomer had falsified results in the 2020 election. After outlets such as Newsmax had amplified unsubstantiated accusations of election fraud from the Trump campaign, Coomer faced death threats and lived in hiding for six months. Newsmax’s statement of apology acknowledges that it has subsequently “found no evidence that Dr. Coomer interfered with Dominion voting machines or voting software in any way.” 

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