A friend of RSBN who has donated to the network and its efforts, Lindell was attending the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando when he sat down with RSBN's Liz Willis to talk about pertinent issues like the Chinese virus.
Lindell explained that Israel has some of the worst restrictions right now concerning the vaccines, which are required for Israelis to buy, sell and travel. And this all happened under the direction and leadership of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who appeared to be a friend of President Donald Trump.
"He congratulated Biden, but after that, we got a little suspect," Lindell told Willis concerning Netanyahu.
"Right now with the vaccine over there, they are making the whole country take it so you can't go in shopping malls, you wouldn't be able to get a job, and if this happens, it's ... the worst thing that could happen to this world."
Lindell then started talking about how the vaccine is "mark of the beast stuff," both in terms of what it contains and how it is being implemented. He also started to go off on the stupidity of "double masking," which is right around the time the MyPillow head was silenced by Willis and RSBN, supposedly to avoid the YouTube censors.
"I hate to do it," Willis told Lindell after censoring him. "You know I love you, but due to YouTube's guidelines, we will get our whole platform shut down if you talk about vaccines."
"Well, this is over in Israel," Lindell rebutted.
"I know. We love you; we love you," was all Willis could say in response.
William Turton, a reporter at Bloomberg News, was quick to tweet about Lindell's statements, accusing him of "spreading conspiracy theories about the coronavirus." Others did the same for damage control.
Lindell also spoke to Mediaite's Aidan McLaughlin about the stolen 2020 election, corruption at Fox News, and other relevant topics. The mainstream media mocked him for it while highlighting the fact that Dominion Voting Systems is suing Lindell for $1.3 billion.
Twitter also banned Lindell not long after the Capitol "insurrection" because of his support for Trump, which is now considered to be "domestic terrorism."
From all sides, including RSBN, Lindell is under attack, as are all other American patriots who believe in free and fair elections. RSBN is sadly beholden to the "rules" of YouTube – by choice, mind you – which are ever-changing and selectively applied.
RSBN is apparently trying to appease its oppressor by censoring guests like Lindell, but this strategy will never work. In the end, YouTube will censor RSBN for whatever reason it feels like, and if the network is unprepared and has no plans to migrate elsewhere, it could be taken completely off guard.
"I understand that it is all about money and their platform is on YouTube," wrote one 100percentfedup.com commenter about RSBN. "But they clearly didn't learn anything from Parler."
"They need to make efforts NOW to change their format to move to a different setup. Allowing YouTube to censor the truth just because you don't want to lose your cash cow is akin to pretending you are a good citizen because you donate to charity even though you know that charity is engaged in something horrific like child abuse or human trafficking."
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