MyPillow CEO Throws A Temper Tantrum Over Fox News, Appears To Imply They Won’t Allow Him On The Network

Go cry into your MyPillow, dude.


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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell tore into Fox News for allegedly refusing to let him on the air, and it’s kind of weird on several fronts. For one, he is Tucker Carlson’s biggest advertiser. Dominion has filed defamation suits against former President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, Mike Lindell, and pro-Trump attorney Sidney Powell. The pillow salesman keeps doubling down for some reason. If you had a family member that ranted like Lindell, you’d be on the phone immediately to get him or her the help they need.

When Dominion CEO John Poulos was asked last month if they would sue Fox News, he said, “We are not ruling anybody out.” As it happens, you can’t defame a company just because your guy lost an election.

The double-down. Or is it a triple down?

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On Tuesday, Lindell spoke with talk radio host Eric Metaxas, and that’s when he let Fox News have it. Lindell seemed to suggest, although it’s not clear, that the network allegedly refused to let him on the air to propagate Trump’s big lie of widespread voter fraud that doesn’t exist, and he went as far as to ask if the network was “in on it.”

“I want to say one thing here, there’s things that don’t make sense everybody,” Lindell insisted. “Let’s just talk about Fox. You’re already sued. It’s too late to close the gate; the cows are out of the barn. Why can’t people go on there and say their free speech then? You’re already sued, Fox! What are you have, what, are you gonna get double-sued? What’s the matter with you?”

“And I will say that straight-out, it makes me, I’m so, you know — what are they, in on it? I don’t get it,” he added. “Is it a fake lawsuit?”

Behold:

Smartmatic filed a $2.7-billion libel lawsuit against Fox News last month, the Daily Beast reports, adding that “three hosts (including recently canceled Lou Dobbs), and former Trump lawyers Rudy Giuliani and Sidney Powell, saying they all spread false information that the company rigged the 2020 election. Dominion, another voting machine company at the center of debunked election conspiracies, has sued Lindell himself for $1.3 billion.”

Yeah, it’s better not to touch that, but the pillow salesman went there anyway.

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