Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, will protest outside Fox News’ New York headquarters as his network ties continue to deteriorate.


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  • Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, said he plans to protest outside Fox News’ headquarters in New York.

  • Lindel had previously criticized Fox News in a broadcast during the 2020 elections.

  • He called the conservative press a “controlled opposition.” The Daily Beast report.

Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, said in a Friday evening broadcast that he plans to protest outside Fox News’ New York headquarters.

The Daily Beast Lindel said: “I’m 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.”

Lindel said the broadcaster “most of our country has been robbed of us.” According to The Daily Beast, business tycoons also called Fox News a “controlled opposition.”

Lindell and Fox News did not immediately respond to Insider’s request for comment.

As one of Fox News’ largest sponsors, My Pillow has grown its business by advertising on the network. But when the network announced Biden’s victory in the 2020 US presidential election, the relationship between CEO and Fox went south.

Lindel was angry at the lack of coverage of his “Cyber ​​Symposium” in August on the network.At that time he said Will buy more ads On the network to promote the event.

CEO Promises $ 5 million To cyber experts, politicians, or reporters who may refute the data he claimed to have proved the voter’s fraud, subject to direct attendance at the symposium.

However, the data did not prove fraudulent voting, and some participants described the event as follows: “Random trash that wastes our time.”

Lindel’s unfounded fraudulent allegations were previously spread by My Pillow products. Pulled by a retailer.

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