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