MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell didn’t care that he put his sales at risk when he came out in favor of President Donald Trump. Above all else, the man is a proud American who wants to see his country thrive.
Because he is a successful conservative businessman, Lindell is automatically on the mainstream media’s hit list.
Now that Joe Biden is demanding companies vaccinate employees (or have them tested weekly), Lindell is ready to fight the radical left harder than ever before.
From Conservative Brief:
There has been a ton of talk from Republicans who have said they are going to fight Biden on his vaccine mandates announced this week.
But now a company CEO that would be affected by the mandate, as he has more than 100 employees, is stepping to the forefront and saying no to Biden.
That man is MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell who talked to Steve Bannon on his “War Room” podcast about it this week.
More on Lindell, via Newsweek:
MyPillow has launched a new legal bid to dismiss the $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit that Dominion Voting Systems filed over false claims of voter fraud CEO Mike Lindell made about the 2020 presidential election.
U.S. District Judge Carl Nichols ruled against motions to dismiss Dominion’s suit against MyPillow, Lindell and pro-Trump lawyers Sidney Powell and Rudy Giuliani on August 11. On Tuesday, MyPillow lawyers filed a new motion asking the judge to allow an appeals court to consider its argument that Dominion is a “government entity” because it contracted with governments during the election, according to the National Law Journal.
The MyPillow lawyers asked Nichols to certify two legal questions for the appeals court to consider, maintaining that their arguments could lead to Dominion’s suit being dismissed. Both questions were made under the assumption that Dominion’s government contracts mean it will be legally considered part of the government.