My Pillow owner and CEO Mike Lindell put himself at great risk producing this 2-hour documentary that he purchased about 8 hours per day for 3 entire days to run on OAN, for an entire weekend, beginning Friday, Feb 5th. Above is a link to the entire 2-hour special, if you missed it or want to see it again. Bitchute is a similarly formatted video-link site like Youtube. I understand it was also posted on Vimeo and Rumble sites, and maay have been taken down (at least temporarily) from those sites as well. But at least Bitchute kept it up.
Lindell had 2 other 1-hour documentaries, interviewing election worker witnesses, forensic experts, mathemetician statistics experts, Col. Phil Waldron, an expert in cyber-warfare and computer security, and other experts in investigating white collar corporate fraud.
As Lindell details, Facebook and Twitter have cancelled his personal and business accounts, and corporate retail chains like Bed Bath & Beyond (a store I'll never shop in again) have taken his merchandise off the shelves.
But at least in the short term, conservatives have rallied to support his business and he said in a recent interview he actually has hired 200 new employees to deal with all the increased demand for his product!
The documentary was posted and (of course!) instantly deleted from Youtube and Facebook.
No discussion or mention whatsoever of the evidence presented on the other news networks. Including Fox News, and for a while Newsmax as well went silent.
Only OAN has live broadcast the State House and Senate hearings in Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona and Nevada
Only OAN has shown daily coverage of the Arizona (Maricopa County) forensic audit of the votes, and the vicious backstabbing deceitful ways Arizona Democrats, the Maricopa County election board, and Dominion voting systems have daily done their absolute damnedest to obstruct the Maricopa audit.
Just like there was no mention of the many hours of state hearings in all 6 contested states, where abundant witnesses and evidence were presented.
If you're lucky enough to have Direct TV, it is the only cable service that broadcasts OAN (channel 347 on Dirct TV). Outside of that, you have to really dig to find this stuff. And see what's really going on, beyond the Newspeak on the other news networks.
Mike Lindell (the "My Pillow guy") also had a 3-day "Symposium" of experts (12 hours a day, for 3 days) on August 10th, 11th, and 12th. With some additional information. But that's a lot to go through, and i haven't looked for videos of all those yet, I saw bits and pieces of it live. In honesty, it was very informative and interesting in parts, but a bit rambling and meandering in others in the 6 hours or so of it I watched. Even the 1-hour and 2-hour videos can be a lot in one sitting. Which is better on video, where you can paause it for interruptions, and absorb it at your own pace. I don't know many people who could sit through 12 entire hours for even one day without interruption, let alone 3 days in a row.