Mike Lindell to Get Revenge on Fox News For Not Covering His Election Symposium By Buying Ads on Their Station

At one point, Mike Lindell was pretty important to Fox New. The entrepreneur spent millions plugging his pillows on the network. When Tucker Carlson or Laura Ingraham would say something offensive, causing advertisers to flee, Lindell would always be there to fill the gap.

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But the pillow guy and Fox have had quite a falling out since the election. Lindell is mad at Fox for not paying more attention to his election conspiracy theories. And Fox feels that the businessman is too toxic to put on their network.

Lindell is planning on holding a “cyber symposium’ in an attempt to keep pushing the idea that Donald Trump won the election. And since he believes Fox isn’t giving the event enough coverage, he plans on buying ads on the station to promote it.

The pillow guy told Salon, “”Fox [News] does not talk about anything with the election. So I’m going to make ads that will talk about — at least advertising for FrankSpeech.com — that we’re going to be televising this [cyber symposium] for 72 hours straight.”

Lindell further explained, “I just want their viewership to watch it, so we don’t have to go out the next day and say, ‘Hey, did you watch that?”

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