Mike Lindell slams Fox News at ‘Save America Rally’

CEO of "My Pillow" Mike Lindell (L) talks in the press box during during a Trump campaign-style rally in Wellington, Ohio, June 26, 2021. - Modzelewski said hes a "Trump Believer" meaning, "I want freedom and I dont want to be bound by the democratic party." Donald Trump held his first big campaign-style rally since leaving the White House, giving a vintage, rambling speech Saturday to an adoring audience as he launched a series of appearances ahead of next year's midterm elections. The former president, who has been booted from social media platforms and faces multiple legal woes, has flirted with his own potential candidacy in 2024, but in the 90-minute address at a fair grounds in Ohio he made no clear mention of his political future, even when the crowd chanted "four more years! four more years!" (Photo by STEPHEN ZENNER / AFP) (Photo by STEPHEN ZENNER/AFP via Getty Images)

CEO of MyPillow Mike Lindell (L) talks in the press box during during a Trump campaign-style rally in Wellington, Ohio, June 26, 2021. (STEPHEN ZENNER / AFP) (Photo by STEPHEN ZENNER/AFP via Getty Images)

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Mike Lindell took the stage to speak to the crowd at President Trump’s most recent rally in Cullman, Alabama. Lindell began his brief speech with a shout-out to OAN, while blasting Fox News for attacking his claims of election fraud.

He claimed if Fox News would hop on board, “we would have Donald Trump back in office this fall.” The MyPillow CEO added how he’s noticed people in politics either have a political or personal agenda.

Lindell urged voters who have seen fraud to share their stories with him, adding he would even hire their lawyers. Trump also offered Lindell his own shout-out, commending him for his love for America.

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