During a trainwreck interview with My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, who kept spewing false accusations of voter fraud in the presidential election, a Newsmax anchor walked off live TV Tuesday night.
Lindell was expected to speak with the conservative news station about his latest Twitter suspensions, but the interview soon descended into a shouting match.
Mine was taken down because, with these Dominion machines, we have all the election fraud, we have 100 percent proof,” Lindell began.”
That was when Bob Sellers’ anchor cut in, “Mike, thank you very much.” You’re talking about computers that we’re unable to check any of those forms of claims at Newsmax.
“As Lindell droned on in the background, Sellers continued, “We just want to let people know that we haven’t seen anything important.
As Lindell proceeded to try to speak about him, Sellers then read from a written declaration.
“Let me read something to you,” he said on television. Although there has been some strong proof of some cases of voter fraud and election irregularities, the election results have been confirmed in all states and the results have been recognised by Newsmax as legal and final. The viewpoint has also been upheld by the courts.
Former President Donald Trump’s staunch ally again attempted to butt in, but Sellers shot him down, saying, “We don’t want to rectify the allegations you’re making, Mike,” as Heather Childers, his co-host, tried to get the interview under control.
“Lindell was almost steered back on track by Sellers, asking him, “Could you make a case that this could be a temporary rather than a permanent ban? ”
“Lindell answered, “No, I want it to be permanent, because what do you know? They did this because on Friday I’m sharing all the evidence of all the election fraud of these devices
A fed-up Sellers interrupted, “Can I ask our producers, please, can we get out of here?” “before walking off suddenly.
After both companies threatened legal action in December, Newsmax had previously backtracked from its reporting of election fraud involving Dominion and Smartmatic voting machines, Axios reported.