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World Newsmax just canceled MyPillow’s Mike Lindell live on air

17:51  03 february  2021
17:51  03 february  2021 Source:   vox.com

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell joined the conservative network Newsmax on Tuesday afternoon for a train wreck of an interview that ought to go down as one of the defining video clips of this bizarre era of American politics. Lindell , whose personal and corporate Twitter accounts were recently banned because he won’t stop spreading lies about the 2020 election being stolen from former President Donald Trump, ostensibly went on Newsmax to rail against “ cancel culture.” But his appearance immediately went off the rails as he started spreading lies about election fraud tied to voting hardware

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell repeatedly ranted about voting machines during a Newsmax interview. The host cut Lindell off to note that there was no evidence of vote tampering or election fraud. Lindell continued airing his conspiracy theories, prompting the anchor to walk off the set. During the Newsmax interview, Lindell began saying he was being " canceled " because he had evidence of election malfeasance. "Well, first mine was taken down because we have all the election fraud with these Dominion machines. We have 100% proof, and then when they took it down — " Lindell began

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell joined the conservative network Newsmax on Tuesday afternoon for a train wreck of an interview that ought to go down as one of the defining video clips of this bizarre era of American politics.

Lindell Michael wearing a suit and tie: Lindell at the White House on January 15. © Drew Angerer/Getty Images Lindell at the White House on January 15.

Lindell, whose personal and corporate Twitter accounts were recently banned because he won’t stop spreading lies about the 2020 election being stolen from former President Donald Trump, ostensibly went on Newsmax to rail against “cancel culture.” But his appearance immediately went off the rails as he started spreading lies about election fraud tied to voting hardware made by Dominion Voting Systems.

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Newsmax Cancels MyPillow CEO During Cancel -Culture Segment and the Video Is Absolutely Bonkers — Watch. It’ s official: MyPillow CEO/conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell is too out there even for Newsmax . Lindell appeared on the conservative news channel Tuesday, ostensibly to discuss cancel culture in the wake of his being permanently removed from Twitter for repeated violations of its Civic Integrity policy.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell Slams Newsmax For Caving to Dominion, Says He’ll Only Watch OAN Now. By Caleb HoweMay 3rd, 2021, 4:44 pm. The winnowing of the field for real and true Trump news continues on the right, with the CEO of 2020 conspiracies and MyPillow tells ex-Trump advisor and Bannon asked Lindell about Newsmax . The conservative network posted a retraction and apology regarding Dominion employee Dr. Eric Coomer recently. They also interrupted a Lindell rant about Dominion to some comic effect. To Bannon, Lindell moved to cancel Newxmax, and specifically

Newsmax, whose ratings surged after the election as it carved out a niche as a source of Trump election trutherism, abruptly changed course as Dominion seeks legal action against those who falsely claim it rigged the election for President Joe Biden. Dominion’s legal effort has already prompted Newsmax to read disclaimers about the company live on the air.

“Well, first [Lindell’s Twitter account] was taken down because we have all the election fraud with these Dominion machines. We have 100 percent proof,” Lindell claimed, prompting host Bob Sellers to jump in and read a disclaimer.

“Mike, Mike, you’re talking about machines that we at Newsmax have not been able to verify any of those kinds of allegations. We just want to let people know that there’s nothing substantive that we’ve seen,” Sellers said. “And let me read you something there. ‘While there were some clear evidence of some cases of voter fraud and election irregularities, the election results in every state were certified and Newsmax accepts the results as legal and final. The courts have also supported that view.’ So we wanted to talk to you about canceling culture, if you will.”

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“ Mike , thank you very much, Mike , Mike — you’re talking about machines that we at Newsmax have not been able to verify any of, uh, those kinds of allegations. We just want to let people know that there’ s nothing substantive that we have seen. Let me read you something there,” Sellers says as Lindell “You’re going to suppress, just like Twitter,” Lindell says as the host continues to speak over him. Sellers then asks if Lindell thinks it will be a temporary ban, and the MyPillow owner attempts to explain that he is reviewing more evidence of fraud on Friday. “Can we ask our producers, can we get

It’ s official: MyPillow CEO/conspiracy theorist Mike Lindell is too out there even for Newsmax . Lindell appeared on the conservative news channel Tuesday, ostensibly to discuss cancel culture in the wake of his being permanently removed from Twitter for repeated violations of its Civic Integrity policy. Schumer and Pelosi filed a joint budget resolution for the 2021 Fiscal Year on Monday, taking the first step needed to introduce a Budget Reconciliation bill and pass the stimulus with just 50 votes in the Senate. Manchin seemed to complicate their plans, indicating he wanted a more targeted distribution

But Lindell wasn’t having it.

“They did this [banned Lindell from Twitter] because I’m reviewing all the evidence on Friday of all the election fraud with these machines,” Lindell continued. “So I’m sorry if you think it’s not real. It’s real.”

By this point, Sellers had had enough.

“Okay. Mike. Can I ask our producers, can we get out of here, please?” he said. “I don’t want to have to keep going over this. We at Newsmax have not been able to verify any of those allegations —”

Then, in a remarkable twist, as Lindell continued to try to talk over him, Sellers physically got up and left the Newsmax set.

A clip of the debacle quickly went viral:

The Lindell disaster inadvertently illustrated how railing against “cancel culture” is sometimes just a defense of defamation

In the months leading up to the January 6 insurrection, Lindell did perhaps more than anyone else in Trump’s orbit to advance an evidence-free conspiracy theory that Trump’s loss to Joe Biden was the result of voting machines flipping Trump votes to Biden.

Because of unproven election fraud allegations: Moderator breaks off interview with Trump supporter

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BREAKING: MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell returns to talk about ‘ cancel culture,’ his relationship with Newsmax , Trump on trial and more. Mike Lindell told Rob Schmitt that he will release a video on Friday on the 2020 election. It is highly likely that they are attempting to avoid a lawsuit, which Dominion has been handing out left and right, but many have noted that censoring their guests leaves them little room to critique censorship by others.

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell appeared on Newsmax Tuesday afternoon for an interview about being kicked off Twitter. What followed, to paraphrase the tagline for Lindell ’ s company, cannot be advertised as the “most comfortable” interview you’ll ever watch. Lindell , a self-made entrepreneur who has Asked Tuesday about Twitter cancelling his account, he began his answer: “Well, first mine was taken down because we have all the election problem with these Dominion machines, we have 100 percent proof and then I, when they took it down—”. He was interrupted by the Newsmax host Bob Sellers

“Biden got, like, 1.2 votes for every vote, and our president got, like, .66, okay? When that happened, all of us voting — it was probably 80 million votes who came in for our great president — and because of you, guess what? They all broke the algorithms and the machines,” Lindell claimed during a December speech at a pro-Trump rally in Washington, DC. (Trump in fact received 74 million votes, and Biden received 81 million.)

But voting machine companies like Dominion and Smartmatic haven’t just accepted these untruths. Dominion has already filed a $1.3 billion lawsuit against Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani for baselessly linking the company with fraud, and letters Dominion and Smartmatic sent to Fox News, Newsmax, and other right-wing media outlets warn that similar litigation is “imminent.”

Those letters have prompted remarkable segments where hosts like Lou Dobbs read statements debunking their own claims about election fraud live on the air.

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For whatever reason, Lindell doesn’t seem particularly worried about getting sued. But the fact that Newsmax and Fox News are not only shutting down lies about voting machines but literally diving out of the blast zone when guests start making them says something about the post-election campaign Trumpworld waged to overthrow the election — one that culminated in the January 6 insurrection and Trump’s second impeachment, for which he’ll face trial in the Senate next week.

True statements, after all, can’t be defamatory. But under legal duress, the right-wing cable news ecosystem that spent months suggesting Trump didn’t really lose is now demonstrating it doesn’t buy what it was selling.

MyPillow's Mike Lindell is 'begging to be sued,' Dominion Voting Systems said .
Dominion Voting Systems may sue MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell over his baseless claims of election fraud. A Dominion spokesperson told CNN Sunday that Lindell is "begging to be sued.""Mike Lindell is begging to be sued, and at some point we may well oblige him," Michael Steel, a spokesman for Dominion, said during an appearance on CNN's "Reliable Sources" Sunday.

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