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Judicial Watch’s Fitton to Newsmax: DirecTV’s Move Brings Legal Questions

From Newsmax:

There could be several legal issues at play with Newsmax being dropped from DirecTV’s satellite and streaming platforms, including whether AT&T and DirecTV are lying about their reasons for dropping the network, Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton says. 

“I’m not a lawyer, but some of the legal issues that pop up to me, as a layman who has been looking at this for a long time, are AT&T and DirecTV lying?” Fitton said on Newsmax’s “Greg Kelly Reports” on Wednesday. “Are they suggesting there is a credible business reason for this as opposed to an arbitrary political reason for cutting off Newsmax?” 

He added that he’s known Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy for years as a “smart businessman,” so if there was a deal to be had with DirecTV, it would have been reached. 

AT&T’s DirecTV cut Newsmax’s signal at midnight Tuesday, stopping its more than 13 million customers on the satellite service, DirecTV Stream, and U-Verse from accessing the network. 

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