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Mike Lindell PULLS ALL Advertisements From Fox News

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I bet this one is going to hit them HARD…..

According to reports, Mike Lindell has removed MyPillow advertisements from Fox News, due to his disappointment that Fox News would not run one of his ads promoting an election integrity symposium.

How big of a problem will this be for Fox News?

Sources say this could potentially hit their bottom line pretty hard, and point to the fact that MyPillow is one of Fox News’ largest advertisement partners.

Those who claimed that Mike Lindell didn’t have his heart in the game, or that he was after fame and riches are proven wrong by this act of boycott and divestment.

Check out Mike Lindell’s latest protests, and calls for election integrity:

A summary of the disagreement was provided in The Wall Street Journal:

The chief executive of MyPillow Inc., one of Fox News’s big advertisers, said he is pulling his ads from the network after a disagreement over a proposed commercial.

Mike Lindell said he made the decision after Fox News declined to run a commercial linked to his efforts to promote his claims of widespread fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Security and election officials have said there is no proof of widespread election fraud.

“It’s unfortunate Mr. Lindell has chosen to pause his commercial time on FOX News given the level of success he’s experienced in building his brand through advertising on the number one cable news network,” Fox News said in a statement.

Fox didn’t say whether it blocked the ad.

Mr. Lindell said he wanted to cancel the ads as soon as possible and that he had told his ad buyer to inform Fox News.

Mike Lindell told CNBC :

“I pulled all of my ads. Every one,” Lindell said. “If there are any stragglers today, it’s a fluke.”

Since the 2020 presidential election, Lindell has pressed claims of widespread election fraud, with votes stolen from President Donald Trump. However, security and election officials have found no proof of such activity.

The Wall Street Journal, which like Fox is owned by News Corp., first reported on the ad dispute. Quoting Lindell, it said the ad wouldn’t mention Trump’s claims of vote fraud. But the Journal noted that Lindell has said the symposium will prove that the election was stolen because of tampering with election machines.

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