My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell asks if Fox News is 'in on' a conspiracy against him, despite being one of the biggest advertisers on the network
- My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell went after Fox News in a bizarre radio interview.
- Lindell’s company is one of the most frequent advertisers on the network.
- The Pillow magnate wondered aloud if they were conspiring against him on election fraud falsehoods.
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My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell turned his ire toward Fox News in a bizarre radio interview on Monday.
Lindell, who has grown increasingly outspoken in the aftermath of the 2020 election as he has pushed blatantly false claims that it was stolen from former President Donald Trump, accused the network of conspiring against him with other nefarious actors.
“I want to say one thing here—here’s things that don’t make sense,” Lindell said, almost shouting after comparing the election to a world war. “Let’s just talk about Fox. You’re already sued! It’s too late to close the gate, the cows are already out of the barn!”
Lindell has framed himself as a crusader seeking to expose what really happened in the 2020 election, telling Insider in February that he is happy to get sued by Dominion Voting Systems and even lose money over his claims of fraud.
In his interview on the “Eric Metaxas Radio Show,” Lindell complained that he’s unable to go on Fox to talk about the “absolute proof” he’s found, despite similar claims made by the Trump legal team falling short in court as they won zero out of 42 cases.
“Why can’t people go on there and say their free speech then?” Lindell continued in the interview. “You’re already sued, Fox. What do you have — are you going to get double sued? What’s the matter with you?”
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