This article appeared online at TheNewAmerican.com on Friday, July 30, 2021:
Fox News declined to run an ad by My Pillow’s Mike Lindell promoting a cyber symposium on the November 2020 presidential election. In retaliation, on Thursday, Lindell pulled all of his ads promoting his My Pillow company from Fox News.
That decision by Fox News cost them $50 million, the amount Lindell spent last year promoting his company. In the eyes of many viewers, it also cost Fox News any remaining credibility as a conservative, dependable outlet for news the liberal mainstream media is unwilling to cover.
Fox News said Lindell’s decision was only a “pause,” while Lindell made it clear that he’s pulling his My Pillow ads “immediately and indefinitely.”
The symposium in South Dakota from August 10-13 is by invitation only, but will be live-streamed by Lindell’s own network, Frank. Lindell said the ad he planned to run on Fox News didn’t make the case for election fraud, but only alerted viewers to the 72-hour marathon attempting to expose voter fraud in the November 2020 presidential election.
This was more than Fox News could handle, as the ad challenged its — and the mainstream media’s — narrative that there was no fraud. It violated the diktat from on high: See no evil, hear no evil, speak no evil, and let no one question the evil.
There is plenty of evidence of election fraud for those with eyes to see. One hour and 36 minutes into Lindell’s “Absolute Proof” video production one can see evidence of Chinese intervention into the election. For additional support, Peter Navarro has narrated a three-part series, The Navarro Report, that provides additional evidence that the November election was stolen from Donald Trump.
So confident is Lindell about his claims that he is offering to his symposium attendees $5 million if anyone in the audience can prove him wrong. He will reveal the “packet captures” from the November election, which he says will show deliberate and intentional Chinese intervention into election computers in nearly all of the more than 3,000 counties in the United States that conducted the election.
On his Frank website, Lindell wrote:
Despite the mockery [of the mainstream media], it doesn’t hide this simple truth. Regardless of political affiliation, a corrupt election system is disastrous for all of us.
That is why everyone should be fighting to find out the truth.
And this 72-hour event has been put together to do just that. Our voting system should not be second-guessed, and when it is, Americans need to stand up.