MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell spoke with Brian Glenn of Right Side Broadcasting Network on Saturday and told him that Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, and Wayfair are dropping his MyPillow products due to political pressure.
In a cancel culture move, since Lindell has aggressively spoken out against what he believes is widespread voter fraud and in support of President Trump, his products are allegedly being nixed by big retailers. Boycotts against those retailers formed quickly when they did not immediately pull MyPillow products and they caved to the pressure.
“I just got off the phone with Bed Bath & Beyond. They’re dropping My Pillow. Just got off the phone not five minutes ago. Kohl’s, all these different places,” Lindell said. “These [companies], they’re scared, like a Bed Bath & Beyond, they’re scared. They were good partners. In fact, I told them, ‘You guys come back anytime you want.’”
During the interview, Glenn asked Lindell about why he recently visited President Trump at the White House.
Lindell replied that he had proof of voter fraud and that Biden had lost the election. He claims that 80 million Americans feel disaffected and disillusioned because their votes did not allegedly count in the presidential election. Lindell also said that one day the truth would all come out over what had transpired.
Lindell now finds himself in legal hot water but that has not stopped him from speaking out. Quite the opposite, Lindell is doubling down and fighting even as retailers drop his brand. Even though the media spied on him when he entered the White House and obtained photos of his papers with some dramatic notes, including talk of ‘martial law’, Lindell is refusing to back down and stay silent.
“No loyal American will ever shop at a retail outlet that carries MyPillow, the official pillow of the insurrection,” noted a user following the viral snaps of the documents in the CEO’s hands. That did not deter Lindell in the least.
5Newsonline.com in Minneapolis reported that “Lindell confirmed to KARE11 that MyPillow products were pulled from Bed Bath and Beyond, Kohl’s, HEB Stores, the Canadian Shopping Channel, and Wayfair.” The retailers have all booted MyPillow because of public pressure on social media that he claims is being perpetrated by “leftist groups.”
From an interview earlier this evening, Mike Lindell tells Right Side Broadcasting that he was just told that @BedBathBeyond has dropped MyPillow. He also complains about @slpng_giants. pic.twitter.com/P4yGPlrPJc
— John Whitehouse (@existentialfish) January 19, 2021
According to Newsweek, there have been multiple social media comments urging retailers to stop carrying MyPillow products because of Lindell’s claims that Trump won the election.
One commenter slammed Bed Bath & Beyond, saying, “Hi @BedBathBeyond: why are you not only carrying this seditionist’s product in your stores but also giving him a large wall display? Do you support Martial Law and insurrection?” Another commenter added, “I was about to go to @BedBathBeyond to get a new spice rack. I’ll never go in there again until they stop doing business with a man that supports terrorism. #boycottmypillow.”
Someone else tweeted, “#boycottmypillow #boycottwalmart #BoycottBedBathBeyond Until they stop supporting #TreasonAgainstAmerica #mypillowcoup my pillow u need a new CEO fast!” and another added, “I wouldn’t even use the covering of a MyPillow to wipe my a** after a bout of explosive diarrhea and not a sheet of toilet paper within 100 miles of my toilet. F**k that bible thumping a**hole and his sh*tty pillows. #BoycottMyPillow.”
MyPillow is based in Chaska, Minnesota, and has thousands of employees. Lindell’s story of his devout Christian faith and of rising from being an addict to a multimillionaire is a true and inspiring American story.
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