"We could see the election of America's first Marxist senator in this country, right here in Georgia," Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.) said during a Wednesday night appearance on Fox News.
President Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized what was once his favorite network and promoted conservative outlet Newsmax.
Charles Payne mocked the billionaire after he told CNN that shutting down businesses again was the right thing to do.
"Jill Biden is not a doctor, no. Maybe in the same sense Dr. Pepper is," Carlson said on Monday night's installment of Tucker Carlson Tonight.
Rivera also urged Trump to stop giving his supporters "false sense" of hope about overturning the election result.
The Trump adviser accused judges who have ruled against the president's legal efforts of caving to pressure from "corrupt corporate media" and Democratic officials.
"Do you feel comfortable throwing out millions of votes of your fellow Americans?" Chris Wallace asked Representative Steve Scalise.
"I'm serious, they had to be on it!" Mike Lindell said of Fox News. "They should all go to prison when they are found out."
The Fox News anchor said the New York representative could benefit from the wealth gap that is growing due to the coronavirus pandemic.
"You have to hope that the justices in the state court are going to show somewhat more determination," Rudy Guliani said on Friday.
The Fox News poll showed that most Americans don't think the election was stolen, don't want Trump to run in 2024 and don't approve of his job performance in general.
On Fox News, Rivera responded forcefully to Limbaugh's comments that political division could lead to a Civil War-style break-up of the U.S.
"We need to recognize what a historic crime and disgrace this is," journalist Glenn Greenwald said of his claim that the media was directed by the U.S. intelligence community to suppress unsubstantiated allegations against President-elect Joe Biden's son.
Legal scholars are divided on whether the president can issue a pardon to himself on his way out of office.
Nielsen TV ratings showed the 7 p.m. Monday Newsmax show was ahead of its Fox rival by 26,000 viewers.
"Trump would have won the election," Republican Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin said on Fox News Wednesday. "That's the enormous influence that social media and our liberal biased media played on this election."
A separate survey showed that just 18 percent of frequent Fox News viewers trust the outcome of the election.
"We're here to stay," Newsmax CEO Christopher Ruddy said. "The ratings are showing that."
"They've legalized a whole laundry list of crimes. People will flee Los Angeles," Fox News host Tucker Carlson said.
"In a state-on-state suit, our only place to go is the U.S. Supreme Court," Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton said. "We can't be heard anywhere else."
Angering some Fox News viewers, the 30-second ad touts Attorney General Bill Barr for respecting Biden's victory over Trump.
Trump did not make it onto Twitter's list of the top 10 most liked and retweeted posts in 2020.
"The Hatch Act prohibits Dr. Navarro from using his official authority or influence for the purpose of interfering with or affecting the result of an election," the special counsel's report said.
Trump "didn't wear a mask in public for three months until July," Chris Wallace said, criticizing the president while interviewing Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar.
"Sidney Powell's client are the people of the United States of America, and that's who she is fighting for right now," Trump's ex-national security adviser said.
"What appears is reported as suitcases are actually the normal containers that ballots are put in."
Shawn cited election officials in rejecting the president's claims of vote dumps at night and completed ballots being driven across state lines and disappearing.
Fox News host Tucker Carlson on Wednesday insisted that Dr. Anthony Fauci would "never work in public policy again" in a "well functioning society" over his early comments about China's information sharing during the initial outbreak of COVID-19.
The Fox News opinion show "Hannity" was watched by an average of over 1 million viewers in the key 25-54 demographic for the first time ever during the election month.
"I think if he would have been publicly empathetic, he would have won by a landslide," Parscale said.