Fox News ‘had to be in on it’: MyPillow’s Mike Lindell makes some bold claims at DC rally

At the D.C. pro-Trump rally on Saturday, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell called out Fox News for allegedly enabling a stolen election “of epic proportions” for prematurely anointing Joe Biden as president-elect.

“Why do you think Fox declared Arizona with only 14% of the vote in? They already knew what they did. They were in on it. I’m serious. They had to be in on it,” an amped-up Lindell insisted.

Lindell also castigated Republican elected officials, including Ariz. Gov. Doug Ducey and Ga. Gov. Brian Kemp, for failing to stop the certification without a full signature audit of the vote or otherwise failing to back President Trump in his election challenge. “What is with that; I don’t get it…they have to be hiding something.”

Whether one buys into Lindell’s conspiracy theory or not, Fox News hardly did itself any favors in terms of credibility by peculiarly rushing to put Arizona in the Biden column.

In the aftermath of the election, moreover, FNC’s popularity has taken a hit. It will be interesting to see if Lindell pulls the omnipresent MyPillow ads from the channel. In the meantime, a Fox News poll suggests that 68 percent of Republicans, 26 percent of independents, and even 10 percent of Democrats maintain that the presidential election was stolen.

Watch the Lindell clip embedded below and form your own conclusions:

To the further consternation of blue-check Twitter, Lindell also claimed that so many legal votes were coming in for Trump in that it “broke the algorithms. Thus, the Democrats had to stop the counting on Election Night and subsequently backfill the ballot box with sketchy Joe Biden votes, according to the MyPillow boss.

Lindell advised rally attendees not to give up because President Trump is not giving up and that in the end, Trump will serve four more years as the POTUS.

At the same rally, Gen. Michael Flynn also expressed optimism about the ultimate outcome despite the setback in the U.S. Supreme Court that threw out the Texas lawsuit on the legal technicality of a lack of standing

“I will say, there are paths that are still in play…there’s a lot of activity that’s still playing out…[Trump] knows—he knows—that the people that he can trust are people that he’s never met. And that’s you. He trusts you because he knows you know what’s going on and you will not allow what’s going on to happen in our country,” the ex-Trump national security advisor declared.

“I will tell you one more time—because I’ve been asked—on a scale of one to ten, who will be the next president of the United States, and I say Donald Trump. Ten. A ten.”

Robert Jonathan

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