‘I lost 20 retailers and it’s cost me $65 MILLION’: MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell admits he will make staggering losses this year after boycott of his firm over his election fraud claims

  • Mike Lindell, founder of MyPillow.com, claims he is facing a $65 million boycott
  • Lindell fervently believes Donald Trump’s claim that the election was stolen
  • The Minnesota businessman has been kicked off Twitter for conspiracy theories
  • On Monday Dominion Voting Systems sued him for $1.3 billion in defamation
  • Lindell told Insider that he was ‘not going to back down’ in light of the suit
  • He said Dominion was a ‘billion-dollar company trying to steal our country’ 
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Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, said he expects to lose $65 million in revenue this year, after his company was boycotted by retailers over his unsubstantiated claims of electoral fraud.

Lindell, 59, was sued by Dominion Voting Systems for $1.3 billion on Monday in a defamation lawsuit, in response to his continued claim that the election was stolen, and Dominion’s machines switched Donald Trump‘s votes.

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In the suit Lindell was accused of making the wild claims in a bid to appear more frequently on television, and promote his company.

www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9289537/MyPillow-CEO-Mike-Lindell-expects-lose-65-MILLION-boycotts-election-fraud-claim.html

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