FLORENCE, AZ – Although the future for former President Donald Trump might still be up in the air, given he has not committed to running for office again in 2024, apparently, that hasn’t stopped him holding rallies all over the country. And appearing not to slow down, Trump is carrying the tradition over into 2022 as he held his first rally on Saturday. Bringing key members within the GOP and conservative commentators along with him, the city of Florence, Arizona got a small glimpse into the massive pull of Donald Trump. 

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While candidate for Governor, Kari Lake, called for Dr. Anthony Fauci to be locked up, another key speaker was the CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell. And being known for fighting the 2020 election results, Lindell not only focused on the fraud that took place that night, but also chastised Fox News for silently burying the stories and evidence surrounding the 2020 presidential election. 

In the video, which is featured above, Lindell, said, “They won’t speak about anything. Can you tell me when the last time you saw somebody on Fox speak about the 2020 presidential election? It’s not going to be visible to you.” He also added that one of the most difficult hurdles the audience would face was “conservative media, particularly the ones that don’t speak up.”

Lindell currently faces a staggering $1.3 billion lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems for defamation. Still, the lawsuit didn’t stop Lindell from stating, “[W]e all know what occurred and it’s all going to be right, and it’s all been on God’s schedule.” He was also sure to convey to the large audience, “I will assure you that there will be no election in 2022 that will be conducted using any machines or computers.”

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With the recent news that Direct TV was ending their deal with One American News, Lindell noted, “It’s referred to as election deflection. They also want to attempt to stifle our voice once again. Did you hear about what they did to OAN only a few days ago? It’s really horrible.”

The full list of guest appearances harped on election fraud, COVID-19, and the attack on conservative values, but it wasn’t until the star of the show, Trump himself, appeared on stage that the crowd erupted in cheers as he tossed hats out into the stands.  

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