In the interview, Bannon and Lindell discussed the mainstream media’s crusade against Lindell, and how they’ve twisted his concern about fraud and irregularities in the 2020 election into a crazy conspiracy theory. They even noted that Fox News has been ignoring Lindell and his claims.
“Why is Michael Lindell not on Fox and why is, why do they seem to say, ‘Hey, when Dominion says something we’re just gonna shut up about it and talk about Biden’s tax bill?'” Bannon asked Lindell.
“Well you know I’m going to have those answers too because I’ve hired private investigators, and I’ve spent a lot of money on them to investigate everything,” he responded.
“Why, why are the bots and trolls? Who’s behind them? What, you know, why is Facebook involved? Wikipedia involved? And then the big question: Why isn’t Fox having people on why isn’t Fox on there talking about, you know, Dominion and Smartmatic and the election?” he continued.
The radical left-wing smear merchants at ‘Right Wing Watch’ shared a clip of Bannon’s show on Twitter with the caption: “Mike Lindell reveals that he hired private investigators to find out why Fox News has refused to allow him to appear on the network and peddle his election fraud claims.”
Mike Lindell reveals that he hired private investigators to find out why Fox News has refused to allow him to appear on the network and peddle his election fraud claims. pic.twitter.com/slZKjIF5c0
— Right Wing Watch (@RightWingWatch) April 9, 2021
The conservative figures also discussed Hunter Biden and his drug problem, as Lindell is also a recovering addict. The conversation then turned to Lindell’s new social media platform, which will officially launch on April 19th.
His new platform, which he says is a cross between YouTube and Twitter, is called “Frank.” Steve Bannon’s podcast interview also revealed that Mike Lindell has another plan in the works.
The MyPillow founder is reportedly building other alternatives to Big Tech besides social media, and has announced that he is in the process of developing a rival to Amazon called “My Store.”