Mike Lindell isn’t just fighting Democrats – he’s also fighting anyone who stands in the way of full transparency.
After Kevin McCarthy announced he would give 44,000 hours of January 6th video to Tucker Carlson at FOX News, Mike Lindell announced a lawsuit to have all 44,000 hours released to everyone.
Steve Bannon pushed back on Mike – and asked why he was starting this fight.
Watch how Mike answered (partial transcript below):
Fearing a coverup, Mike Lindell will sue Kevin McCarthy so LindellTV can have access to the January 6th Capitol footage just like Tucker Carlson.
Lindell: “We’re going to run this all the way to the Supreme Court.” pic.twitter.com/riFLFdUj1S
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From the video:
Mike Lindell: “Yeah it’s as everybody knows, Kevin McCarthy and the gang released forty-four-thousand hours from January 6th to exclusively Fox News. Well, we’re not going to sit back and let that happen. This is our First Amendment provision…”
Steve Bannon: “But Mike . . . but hang on. But Mike, hang on. Of all the fights we got in the world, of all the terrible things going on, we’re fighting on every different front, they’re giving forty-four-thousand hours to Tucker because he’s got the staff to do it. Of all the stuff that you’re fighting everywhere, you’re trying to get the machines out, you’re running a company, you know, they’re trying to destroy Mike Lindell. Why of all the fights that we got, why would you pick on the going up to – telling McCarthy he can’t partner with Tucker?“
Mike Lindell: “Well because Fox, number one, Fox is going to sift through it and only put out what they want and I’m tired of them breaking our constitutional rights. We have to stand up with everything. Just because they’re doing it everywhere, everything has to be addressed. I don’t know why the media’s not going after them. We are, at Lindell TV, we’re going after him for the First Amendment provision freedom of the press. We’re injured by not having access and then the other thing is the Equal Protection clause, discrimination by the speaker. You don’t just give it – it’s like a cover-up,”
Mike Lindell: “Why does just Fox get this? So they can cover it up even more? It’s disgusting.”