Michael Lindell Trolls Fox News at a Pathetic Rally


Stephen Maturen

Stephen Maturen

Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, an ender who died in 2020, and never quits, tried to pressure Fox News to cover his non-existent fraudulent election case.He had long promised to submit to the Supreme Court— By holding a low attendance rally outside the cable channel office.

A mysterious plaintiff who brought protesters to Lindel’s name to the Daily Beast and his mythical allegations to the High Court on Wednesday morning in front of Fox News Headquarters on 6th Avenue in Manhattan. The name of is finally revealed.

Unfortunately, the name was not revealed.

Instead, a video of the Slap Dash protest shared by Lindel with The Daily Beast showed that the number of moderately engaged crew members was just over a dozen. They waved a sign under the brand “Frank Speech,” the name of Lindel’s homemade social media platform, and complained about the conservative cable news network of insufficient loyalty to pillow-shaking leaders.

“Shame on Fox! Shame on Fox!” He sang one chant, reflecting Lindel’s current signature tagline. “Fox has failed! I want the truth!” I went elsewhere. The signboard truck parked on the street aimed at “Faux News” and asked “WTH?!?!”, That is, “What the hell?!?!” And called the network “Talk about the BIGGEST CRIMIN”. It seems. history! Electoral fraud in 2020. “

“I didn’t teach them,” Lindel wanted the Daily Beast to know. A Fox News spokesperson did not respond to The Daily Beast’s request for comment. In particular, despite the demonstration, Lindel’s company continues to advertise across the Fox platform, pushing products such as bed sheets and his signature pillows.

Lindel last Friday Alluding to future protests At 1211 Avenue in the Americas. “We’re going to do something in front of Fox News. I think we should. If people want to go there, they might have to sign Franks Speech,” he said. I said at that time.

There was no media coverage of the barely-publicized confabs, but at some point Lindel urged The Daily Beast to report these “evil” DC-based reporters directly. But Lindel didn’t even attend his own rally —Despite past promises.. Instead, he is allegedly busy crossing the United States and persuading the Attorney General to co-sign his allegations of fraudulent election fraud with the Supreme Court.

Takers seem to be difficult to get.

Lindel promised supporters a few weeks to file a proceeding this Tuesday, but the deadline soon passed and millions of millionaires publicly announced a draft complaint with placeholders.[Insert state here]Is listed as a plaintiff.

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However, in a text exchange early Wednesday morning, Lindel claimed that the plaintiffs would be announced in protest. The Daily Beast was then named after four states, provided it wasn’t named until the announcement. However, they were all Democratic states, two of which were already listed as defendants in his draft.

He accused Ronna McDaniel, chairman of the Republican National Committee, of failing to reach an audience in the High Court head-on. Suggesting a plot to keep him out And she calls her “now worse than Fox!”

Lindel claimed that the unnamed “State AG” would file a proceeding, but Pillow executives have not yet publicly identified prosecutors, states, or even stakeholders. In several texts on Wednesday, Lindel actually suggested that the project was out of his control and was with a lawyer in a completely unidentified state.

“I’m not that person [sic] I’m complaining, “he wrote. “they are.”

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