- Mike Lindell has been a frequent speaker on behalf of Trump in recent weeks
- He parroted Trump’s claims of election fraud during the ‘Stop the Steal’ rally
- He also said members of Fox News would go to jail for conspiring against Trump
- Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, has previously said Trump was ‘chosen by God’ to lead the United States
By HOLDEN WALTER-WARNER FOR DAILYMAIL.COM PUBLISHED: 02:41 EST, 13 December 2020 | UPDATED: 02:49 EST, 13 December 2020
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has accused Fox News of trying to overthrow Donald Trump and claimed they were ‘in on it’ as he repeated the president’s claims that the Democrats were trying to ‘steal’ the election.
Lindell spoke at the ‘Stop the Steal’ rally attended by thousands of Trump supporters in Washington D.C. on Saturday.
He also parroted Trump’s claims of election fraud resulting in Joe Biden‘s presidential victory, saying ‘it’s of epic proportions that this election was stolen.’
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has accused Fox News of trying to overthrow Donald Trump and claimed they were ‘in on it’ as he repeated the president’s claims that the Democrats were trying to ‘steal’ the election
Mike Lindell was one of the many speakers during ‘Stop the Steal’ on Saturday in Washington
He criticized Fox News for being part of a conspiracy to oust Trump.
Pictured: Lindell at a Trump rally in November, a week after the election was projected for Joe Biden
Lindell is a frequent supporter of Trump and his administration. Pictured: Lindell cheering during a North Dakota campaign rally hosted by Trump
Lindell may have reserved his harshest criticism for Fox News, however, which is often seen as giving Trump favorable coverage during his presidency.
Lindell said, ‘They were going for everything. They were going to take everything we had. Why do you think Fox declared Arizona with only 14 percent of the vote in? They already knew what they did! They were in on it!’
Fox News controversially called the state of Arizona for Biden days before any other major outlet made the same call.
‘They should all go to prison when they are found out,’ Lindell concluded about Fox News.
Just last week, Lindell appeared on the very network he spent Saturday criticizing, saying ‘I want the word to get out that Donald Trump will be our president for the next four years.’
Pictured: Mike Lindell speaks during daily coronavirus response in Rose Garden
Lindell has previously claimed Trump was ‘chosen by God’ to lead the country
He also appeared at another Trump rally in Georgia last week, where the HuffPost reports he ranted about overturning the election results and sending people to prison over the Biden victory.
The rally in support of Trump came one day after the Supreme Court rejected a lawsuit filed by Texas that sought to overturn the election results in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
Twenty-three people were reportedly arrested over the course of the rally on Saturday.
Trump’s defeat in that lawsuit almost surely marks the beginning of the end of his legal battle to overturn the election results.
Lindell has been one of the most outspoken supporters of Trump in the business community.
He has participated in numerous business events during the Trump administration and attended his inauguration in 2017.