Mike Lindell: MyPillow Products Dropped After Vote Fraud Allegations

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says his products have been dropped by major retailers in the wake of his claims of voter fraud in the presidential election.

In an interview on NBC affiliate KARE, Lindell, a vocal supporter of President Donald Trump whose bedding company is based in Chaska, Minn., said Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl’s, HEB Stores, Wayfair, and Canada’s Today’s Shopping Choice channel had all stopped selling his products.

Lindell told NBC News on Tuesday “a group has attacked my vendors” and that the vendors called him saying they’d been threatened with “a boycott if they don’t comply” and drop his products.

Lindell has maintained fraud led to Trump’s election loss. Election experts have declared the 2020 election was secure.

MyPillow was dropped from the retailers’ shelves and sites after lawyers for Dominion Voting Systems sent a letter to Lindell on Jan. 8 threatening legal action if he didn’t retract his accusations and issue an apology, NBC News reported.

According to NBC News, Lindell claimed he had a page of “proof” that “China and others used the machines to corrupt our election,” but only sent screenshots of illegible text.

Dominion sued lawyer Sidney Powell for claiming Dominion rigged the election and bribed Georgia officials for a no-bid contracts, and is seeking damages of more than $1.3 billion, the Associated Press reported. 

Newsmax has found no evidence that Dominion manipulated voting software during the 2020 election.


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