Mike Lindell appears to be taking a stand against Fox News after a series of disputes.
Lindell has had a tense relationship with the channel since they reportedly censored his views on the 2020 election, especially his belief that Dominion’s voting systems were tainted.
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Mike is curious as to why he hasn’t been invited to speak on the cable network about the election. Lindell believes this is a sure sign that something isn’t quite right.
Mike is suspicious of everyone, not just Fox News. He is also suspicious of Facebook.
Lindell has reportedly retained private investigators to investigate why Fox News has refused to cover his allegations of election fraud.
Whatever you can think of Mike, he’s putting his money where his mouth is.
He’s adamant about his convictions, and he’s not going to back down.
Mike Lindell reveals that he hired private investigators to find out why Fox News has refused to allow him to appear on the network and peddle his election fraud claims. pic.twitter.com/slZKjIF5c0
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Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, has retained private investigators to look into Fox News’ failure to invite him on air to refute unfounded allegations of widespread election fraud in 2020.
During a Friday appearance on former Trump adviser Steve Bannon’s War Room: Pandemic podcast, Lindell said Fox News was one of the organizations being investigated for suspected involvement in an election fraud plot against former President Donald Trump. He questioned Fox’s recent aversion to discussing election fraud allegations against voting software and hardware firms Smartmatic and Dominion Voting Systems.
In February, Smartmatic filed a $2.7 billion lawsuit against the network, alleging that it was spreading election disinformation. For the same cause, Dominion has sued Fox and Lindell, demanding $1.6 billion and $1.3 billion, respectively.
“Why isn’t Mike Lindell on Fox, and why do they seem to be saying, ‘Oh, when Dominion says something, we’ll just shut up about it and worry about Biden’s tax bill instead?’” In a video released by Right Wing Watch, a project of the progressive group People for the American Way, Bannon asks the question.
“Well, you know, I’m going to have some answers soon,” Lindell replied, “because I hired private investigators and paid them a lot of money to investigate everything.”
“Who is behind the bots and trolls? Why are Facebook and Wikipedia still involved? Then there’s the big question: why aren’t there any people on Fox? Why isn’t Fox discussing Dominion and Smartmatic, as well as electoral fraud?”
There are clearly two opposing viewpoints in this story.
It’ll be fascinating to see how things turn out.