Mike Lindell Blasts Fox News For Rejecting His “Frank Speech” Ad

Last month, My Pillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell spoke with 100 Percent FedUp and explained his decision to pull the plug on a massive advertising campaign with Fox News. After several years of working with the cable news network to promote his products, he could no longer in good conscience support the network so many Americans relied upon for honest news coverage.

The successful American-made businessman blasted Fox News for the decision to silence their hosts. “They have a whole list of what the hosts can and can’t talk about.” Lindell explained how the network is afraid to talk about vaccines, or election fraud “because they’ll get sued!” Mike warned Fox News viewers, “All of them hosts, they’re just there for the money!” he said. “They don’t care about our country!—If they don’t start talking about the 2020 elections, they [Fox News hosts] won’t have a job, because we won’t have a country!”

Mike Lindell recalled a conversation he had with Sean Hannity last summer, the popular Fox News host, who revealed that he’s not allowed to talk about hydroxychloroquine on the air. “They had a voice,” Mike said, adding, “they turned on us like a rabid dog!” Mike told us, “I offered Sean Hannity a job working in my pillow factory if he’s so worried about money!”

My Pillow sent video ads for his cyber symposium to all radio and tv networks where My Pillow typically advertises to promote his upcoming symposium. Mike told us that FOX News was the ONLY network to reject his ad. “We sent it to ABC, NBC, CBS, MSNBC, and even CNN,” Mike said. “We’re not running it on MSNBC or CNN because they charge too much for their small audience, but the ad is running on all of the major networks,” the My Pillow CEO explained, adding, “The ad’s been on over 5,000 radio and TV stations nationwide, but Fox News refuses to run the ad!”

Here’s the Frank Speech ad Fox News refused to run on their network:

Fox News became the darling of conservatives and even moderates when it distinguished itself from an overly crowded field of dishonest mainstream media outlets by reporting the news as it happened and not through the lens of the Democrat Party. After Rupert Murdoch left the day-to-day operations to his sons, Fox News viewers began to see a shift in programming. The outspoken Fox Business host Lou Dobbs was fired from the network over his coverage of election fraud. The popular, fiery Fox News host Trish Regan was also forced out. Judge Jeanine Pirro was suspended in 2020 over a spat with the cable news giant of her pro-Trump coverage.

Mike Lindell told us he spent about $50 million in one year with Fox News.

Mike Lindell, ever the optimist, and all-around good guy, mocked Fox News for refusing to accurately report the news. “Fox should be a weather channel,” he said, “but you couldn’t count on them to predict a storm,” he added.

Why did Fox News reject Mike Lindell’s ad for his cyber symposium in August? If Mr. Lindell is proven wrong about the elaborate, covert scheme implemented to steal the election, he stands to lose a lot, yet Fox loses nothing. But, on the other hand, if Mr. Lindell’s evidence proves the election was stolen, Fox News stands to lose their reputation with their conservative base, especially after Fox News was one of the first news networks to call the election for Biden, despite clear evidence of foul play.

Mike told us that he is most worried about workers at his call center. In typical Mike Lindell fashion, he’s always looking out for the little guy. He thinks of his employees as part of a large family and doesn’t want his fight for election integrity to affect their income.

If you would like to support Mike Lindell, who will certainly lose revenue by canceling Fox News, you can buy directly from him at MyPillow.com or by calling 1-800-864-0634.

**By Patty McMurray


One Reply to “Mike Lindell Blasts Fox News For Rejecting His “Frank Speech” Ad”

  1. TeeLight

    We so love our good guys/bad guys narrative.
    Everything is corrupted, choosing sides holds it in place for longer.
    We could be in paradise (comparatively) if only we would stop feeding the dark with our fears and judgements.
    Feed the Light, be the Light, see the light everywhere.
    This is the heaven I’ve always pined for. And I found it, here.