MyPillow's Mike Lindell says he's tricking Fox News into running his ads promoting election fraud conspiracy theories

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Citation From the October 1, 2021, edition of Real America's Voice's War Room: Pandemic

STEVE BANNON (HOST): What's going on here, brother? You're smack talking Fox on War Room, but then you're slipping in -- you're like a cheating lover. You're slipping in a little thing on Tucker Carlson, a big 'ol ad for Mike Lindell, so what's going on? Don't go Lindell on me. What's happening here? 

MIKE LINDELL (GUEST): Well, Steve, it's all been about -- you have the MyPillow ads, the traditional MyPillow ads -- it's all been about them not wanting to take an ad for Frank Speech dot com. We have something very important out there right now called fix 2020 first dot com but this is a petition and we're bringing the case before the Supreme Court before Thanksgiving. This is very important. 

I have been going back and forth. This is the first ad that they've approved -- remember they say you can't use the word 'Frank,' you can't use the word 'Frank Speech,' so rather than just saying OK I'm just going to give up trying to get the word over to people about Frank Speech, I said no. I'll direct them to a drop-in page. If you watched, it went to a MyPillow slash U.S.A. drop-in page. I get there, then I direct them over to Frank Speech dot com. So, it's a little big of a pathway for them to take, but right now, it's kind of like you gotta use your enemy at times, you know, god uses good for evil, too. And I'm telling you, don't go Fox on me.

Here is an example of one of Lindell's ads running on Fox: