Newsmax Interviews Mike Lindell About Tech Censorship: Hosts Storms Out After Censoring Lindell [VIDEO]

Mike Lindell, the My Pillow guy, appeared on Newmax with  Bob Sellers.  The interview was to discuss tech censorship and the fact that Lindell and his company were both banned from Twitter.

What Lindell was not expecting was to be censored by the Newsmax host… but that’s exactly what happened.

It was ironic that the interview was supposed to be focused on big tech tyranny and censorship, but Sellers just jumped right in and censored Lindell himself.

The interview began with Lindell explaining why he was silenced on social media. He said he believed the election was rigged and that Dominion Voting Machines played a role in it.  That was enough for Sellers who promptly jumped in to read a prepared statement about how Newsmax accepts the election results.

“What happened with your Twitter account and the company page?” the show’s co-host asks.

“Well, first mine was taking down because we have all this election fraud with these Dominion machines — we have 100 percent proof —” Lindell began before Sellers interjected to cut him off.

“Mike, thank you very much, Mike, Mike — you’re talking about machines that we at Newsmax have not been able to verify any of, uh, those kinds of allegations. We just want to let people know that there’s nothing substantive that we have seen. Let me read you something there,” Sellers says as Lindell attempts to continue speaking.

Sellers proceeds to read off a statement saying “there were some clear evidence of some cases of vote fraud and election irregularities, the election results in every state were certified and Newsmax accepts the results as legal and final. The courts have also supported that view.”

Here’s where is got surreal.  After canceling Lindell over the Dominion Machines, Sellers he wanted to talk to him about cancel culture.

“We don’t want to relitigate the accusations that you’re making Mike,” Sellers tells Lindell.

“You’re going to suppress, just like Twitter,” Lindell says as the host continues to speak over him.

Sellers then asks if Lindell thinks it will be a temporary ban? Lindell tries to answer saying that he is reviewing more evidence of fraud on Friday.

“Can we ask our producers, can we get out of here please?” Sellers says before getting up and walking off air.

Dominion has been threatening to sue people and companies recently, so Sellers was probably trying to avoid a lawsuit but this was definitely the wrong way to go about it.

H/T The Gateway Pundit

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