We Don’t Serve Your Kind: Twitter Takes Down Mike Lindell’s BUSINESS Account
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has become the next Trump-supporting target of Big Tech. His refusal to back down over 2020 election fraud claims first led Twitter to ban his personal account. Now the social network behemoth has suspended his MyPillowUSA account without explanation.
And the attack doesn’t stop there. The online attacks against Lindell have led to offline targeting as well. Several retailers have recently stopped selling MyPillow products. Saturday Night Live included a skit mocking his past drug addict, as described in his memoir “What Are the Odds?”
In a recent Newsmax interview, Lindell drew attention to Dominion software voting irregularities, with the host intervening to read a written statement to avoid legal repercussions. Though Lindell and Newsmax have since made peace regarding the situation, even conservative outlets have grown cautious over his statements.
Why? Lindell chooses to continue stating the same claims millions of Americans shared immediately following the 2020 presidential election: the election results were full of irregularities.
After the certification of the electoral vote, most lawmakers and media ended their election attacks. Lindell hasn’t. He is convinced something is wrong and has chosen to use his free speech rights to address it.
The problem Lindell is discovering is that free speech is no longer what is used to be. If Twitter doesn’t like you, bye bye. If the woke media doesn’t support your view, then business disappears. Cancel culture has dialed into Lindell and MyPillow with plans to silence one of the last significant voices remaining to support Donald Trump and question the election’s results.
Some sources have reported Twitter only banned Lindell’s business account after he tried to avoid his personal ban by posting on his company’s account. But why does it matter? Doesn’t Twitter value free speech?
Maybe it was due to some of Lindell’s final posts at MyPillowUSA. Lindell boldly fired back, “We are extremely busy and hiring as fast as we can to handle all the shipping!” Another read, “Jack [Dorsey, Twitter’s CEO] will be found out and should be put in prison when all is revealed!”
And then there’s Dominion Voting Systems. The company continues to mention they could sue the MyPillow founder for defamation regarding his claims of voter fraud. Again, Lindell has challenged them to do it, believing it would allow him the option to share the evidence he has compiled in a court of law.
Whether you agree with Lindell or not, American patriots have to admire a guy who won’t back down from his views. If we are to exist as the land of the free, we need to a have more people helping make it the home of the brave.
Lindell’s bold approach should lead flag-waving citizens to suddenly crave a new pillow, and I know a guy if you do. Just don’t try to find him on Twitter.