MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell played a speech by former President Trump during his latest political rally
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Saturday in Wisconsin. Lindell TV
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell hosted a rally in Wisconsin to deliver a speech by Donald Trump.
Trump's statements on Saturday targeted President Biden's efforts to reverse his policies.
He said he had built "the most successful and safest border in our country's history".
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At the recent political rally by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, there was a speech by former President Donald Trump in which he again railed against election fraud.
Trump sent his comments via satellite at Saturday's event. It reiterated unsubstantiated claims of fraud during the 2020 election, targeting President Joe Biden's efforts to reverse his policies.
Trump appeared to be directly responding to the Biden administration's announcement on Friday that it would withdraw more than $ 2 billion in funding that Trump had diverted to pay for a wall along the southern border.
"All Biden had to do - all he had to do was leave it alone," Trump said. "So we went from the most successful, safest border in the history of our country - think about it - to the worst and most dangerous border."
The crowd at the Frank Rally in New Richmond, Wisconsin. Lindell TV
After Trump spoke to the crowd in New Richmond, Wisconsin, droves of attendees could be seen leaving the event. A series of videos posted on Twitter on Saturday showed participants walking while the pillow pitchman spoke.
In a broad speech, Lindell vacillated between his support for the former president and unsubstantiated claims that the 2020 elections had been rigged.
"Have you heard of the [voting] machines that were attacked by China? Have you heard of them?" he said.
He said Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and Georgia Governor Brian Kemp should not have confirmed the voting results in their states.
He targeted Fox News and Newsmax and called them "cowards" and said it was "gross what they did to our country," as Newsweek first reported.
Newsmax host Bob Sellers prevented Lindell from repeating claims of tampering with voting machines during the election in February.
"Mike, you're talking about machines that we at Newsmax couldn't check," Sellers said on the air.
"We are fighting for our right to freedom of expression under the first amendment," said Lindell on Saturday.
Insider approached Fox News and Newsmax for comment.
Lindell had previously held a half-empty rally at Corn Palace, South Dakota.
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