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World Mike Lindell Slams Fox News and Newsmax 'Cowards' During Frank Rally: 'Shame on You'

01:01  13 june  2021
01:01  13 june  2021 Source:   newsweek.com

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"We're fighting for our First Amendment rights of free speech," Lindell told the crowd. "But I want to say something. Shame on you, Fox... This is disgusting what they've done to our country."

"Where are you, where are you Fox?" he continued. "They're already been sued ... who cares if you're gonna get sued twice by Smartmatic and Dominion. This isn't just about the machines. I have people talk about Jesus and they're getting taken off YouTube."

Lindell's hostility toward Fox News dates back to last December, when he first accused the network of conspiring with Democrats to overthrow Trump at a "Stop the Steal" rally in Washington D.C. "Why do you think Fox declared Arizona with only 14 percent of the vote in? They already knew what they did! They were in on it," he told a pro-Trump crowd at the time.

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Relations between Lindell and Fox News continued to sour throughout the first half of 2021. In April, the pillow businessman called out the network for not reporting on his $1.6 billion lawsuit against Dominion Voting Systems.

"Isn't it big news that MyPillow sued a company called Dominion that is paid for by tax dollars?" Lindell asked during a livestream for the launch of his new social media site, Frank. "Why don't you report? Fox, report, have me on."

Lindell announced the lawsuit against Dominion after Dominion filed a defamation lawsuit against MyPillow and Lindell alleging that he defamed the company by publicly claiming that their voting machines fraudulently flipped voters to favor President Joe Biden.

In February, Newsmax anchor Bob Sellers attempted to cut off Lindell in an interview about "cancel culture" after he repeated election falsehoods on air. "Mike, you're talking about machines. We, at Newsmax, have not been able to verify any of those kinds of allegations," Sellers said. The conservative anchor, who appeared annoyed as Lindell continued to talk over him, eventually walked off set during their conversation.

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At the time, Newsmax was facing a Dominion lawsuit over false claims of election fraud. Two months later, the network issued a retraction of the false claims and an apology in an on-air segment.

Lindell renewed his feud with Newsmax on Saturday by criticizing the outlet for refusing to back his election conspiracy theories and capitulating to Dominion's lawsuit.

"Look at Newsmax, the cowards there, what they did," he said. "So we get sued and then we back out and we say, 'there's no evidence,' and then we'll back out of our lawsuit. This is disgusting what's going on."

Newsweek reached out to Fox News representatives for comment. Newsmax was unable to be reached for comment.

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