Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow and FrankSpeach has been battling for election integrity since the disgracefully corrupted election of 2020. In an appearance on Steve Bannon’s War Room on October 5th, Lindell as is typical of the conservative icon proceeded to give an opinion that has the leftist mainstream media howling to the heavens and figuratively lighting their hair on fire. During an in-depth segment regarding Dominion Voting Systems which featured Jack Posobiec and Alan Dershowitz which ranged in topics from the Facebook outage to the US and State governments delegating authority to Dominion and the company sending vague, intimidating, and threatening letters to hundreds of Americans who are expressing concerns over the election as well as the audit in Arizona, they seized on a single point the entrepreneur made.
“I still believe Fox said, ‘Hey, come and sue us quick so we can fire Lou Dobbs,’”
“Whoa, whoa, whoa. You’re going pure conspiracy theory,” Bannon replied.
“I think they invited the lawsuit,” Lindell said. “After November 3rd, after they called Arizona early, they didn’t talk about the election. You go back in time and you can’t find them talking about the election. They were too busy talking about Hunter Biden’s laptop after the fact.”
“I believe because they were sued by Smartmatic which was kind of weird, and then all of the sudden they invited Dominion and fired Lou Dobbs the next day, whenever it was. And then nobody could go on Fox anymore and talk about the 2020 election. It’s a good excuse for Fox. ‘We’re not gonna talk about it.’ But boy, they stuck their nose up the other day with Arizona on Fox, they go: ‘You know what? Looks like it was all good Biden won.’ No, he didn’t win. And no, you didn’t put all the facts in with Arizona.”
Lindell was referring to the $2.7 billion lawsuit that Smartmatic slapped Fox within February which interestingly coincided with the termination of one of Fox’s most popular and most stridently Trump-supporting hosts. Which didn’t seem unusual at all.
Leftist Overreaction To A Very Specific Point About Dominion from Lindell
So out of all of the extremely triggering statements made by Lindell in the approximately 30-minute segment from Bannon’s regular guest, what made this one point stick out so much that not only did CNN’s Brian Stelter devote airtime to it, but HuffPo and The Daily Beast jumped onto the same boat? Could it be that Lindell stumbled upon something they really didn’t want to talk about in any kind of serious fashion, so it’s far better to use it to belittle him? Maybe the MyPillow founder hit a little too close to the truth? It’s hard to say, but the massive overreaction of the leftist media coupled with their non-reaction to any of the other really salient points made by Lindell, Bannon, Posobiec, and Dershowitz leaves a certain…uneasiness, a certain peculiarity. It just doesn’t seem right.