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MyPillow founder Mike Lindell spent the weekend brazenly laying out Donald Trump’s last-ditch plan to steal the election.

Live from a protest outside Republican Georgia Governor Brian Kemp’s house, Lindell told Fox News, “I want the word to get out that Donald Trump will be our president for the next four years.”

“I talked to Sidney Powell about three, four days ago, so I know firsthand,” he explained, adding, “When I go all in like I did for the president in 2016, I do my due diligence and I get out there, and I could sit here and tell you, 100%. Not 98, 100%.”



Make no mistake: Lindell is pushing for the recent presidential election, deemed the ‘most secure’ in American history by Homeland Security and the FBI, to be overturned in favor of a wannabe dictator.

Every person buying his pillows is contributing to the anti-democracy fund.

Earlier this year, CNN’s Anderson Cooper slammed Lindell for pushing an unproven therapeutic treatment for coronavirus, sales of which could benefit him.

“You really are a snake oil salesman. I mean, you could be in the Old West standing on a box telling people to drink your amazing elixir that there’s no proof [of],” Cooper told Lindell in an interview.

Lindell pushed Oleandrin as a potential therapeutic for COVID-19 after he was added to the board of Phoenix Biotechnology, which makes Oleandrin, receiving a financial stake in the company.

Oleander is extremely toxic, and was the method of choice for Sri Lankans during a suicide epidemic in the early 2000’s.

Lindell defended his pushing of the drug, claiming he’s given it to friends and family and it “saved their lives.”

“I do what Jesus has me do,” he told Cooper.

“You think Jesus wants you out here promoting remedies that … [have] never been tested?” Cooper asked.

“Why would I do this? Ask yourself why would I ruin my reputation if I didn’t believe in this product?” Lindell responded.

Cooper said he thinks Lindell is doing it for money, adding that he doesn’t think Lindell has a great reputation.


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Lindell claimed that the therapeutic had been tested but when pressed failed to provide details on whichever study he was referring to, though he said the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has had the research since April.

“One hundred percent, you’re just misconstrued, because the media is trying to take away this amazing cure that works for everyone,” he said.

Asked about oleandrin Monday, Trump told reporters, “We’ll look at it.”

“We’re looking at a lot of different things. I will say the FDA has been great. They are very close. We’re very close to a vaccine. Very close to a therapeutic. I have heard that name mentioned, we’ll find out,” the president said.

Trump was a major proponent of the drug hydroxychloroquine, which is generally used as an anti-malarial drug.

Not unlike his visit from Lindell, Trump was turned on to hydroxychloroquine by Fox News host Laura Ingraham and a group of doctors during a meeting at the White House.

Trump pushed hard for the drug’s adoption as a treatment for coronavirus.

Several studies conducted by medical institutions around the world found the drug’s side-effects included possible heart damage and that it was overall ineffective at treating the virus.

The 55-year-old Lindell admits he started abusing cocaine in the 1980s, but switched over to crack in the 1990s.

His drug use continued into his company’s earliest days in 2004.

Lindell was divorced for the first time by 2008, and was arrested in January of that year on suspicion of domestic assault.

The woman he was dating claimed he had punched and kicked her — even hitting her with “a four-foot wooden dowel,” according to documents.

Lindell denied the allegations, but an order of protection was still issued in the case.

He was arrested two months later for violating the order by allegedly taking the woman’s car.

He ultimately pleaded guilty to the order of protection violation.

Lindell was arrested again in September 2008 in Las Vegas on an outstanding warrant from passing bad checks in a casino eight years prior.

Later that year his drug dealers staged an intervention after he went 19 days without sleep.

More recently he he agreed to pay $1 million to settle a lawsuit over his MyPillow’s health claims.

Now he says he’s sober and turned to Jesus, backing Trump, who he believes was sent by God.


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