Newsmax invited MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to talk about being banned from Twitter—then shut him down during his response. Why? He continued to question the results of Dominion voting software.
Dominion Software is what Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani and others have been advocating to audit since the 2020 election. Dominion is actually suing them and media outlets like Fox News over their stories about interfering in the election. In the wake of this lawsuit news, even Newsmax is covering its butt by reading a prepared statement in the middle of Lindell’s interview to discredit his voting fraud claims.
Lindell would have nothing of it. He kept talking. Newsmax producers muted his microphone so viewers couldn’t hear his election fraud claims. At one point, the Newsmax reporter walked off set because he couldn’t control Lindell or make him stop talking about Dominion software. No need to go down with Mike, he thought.
When even your most conservative outlets won’t let you express your free speech views, what’s next? Maybe MyPillow needs its own social network for people who like quality pillows and free speech.
Or maybe Newsmax just needs to let their guests talk. Seriously, what did they think was going to happen when they invited him on to talk about the reasons why he got kicked off Twitter? Which is exactly what Steven Crowder thought when he saw this video. He has a lot of great insight into the election and Newsmax’s handling of Lindell in the video below.