Mike Lindell, the CEO of multi-million dollar company MyPillow, announced Friday that he would be donating 10,000 pillows to the victims of the Kentucky tornado disaster.
Lindell, an unwavering ally to President Trump and tireless advocate for election integrity, will be passing the pillows out on Christmas Eve through his company, according to an official statement from MyPillow.
Mike Lindell has been busy this year with his relentless pursuit of the truth of what happened during the 2020 presidential election amid overwhelming reports of election fraud and irregularities across the country.
In November, Mr. Lindell brought a bill of complaint to the Supreme Court, stating in the first sentence of his complaint that, “We are in uncharted territory as a Nation. The November 2020 election was stolen. Our Country is divided in a manner not seen in over a century.” The complaint, which is 82-pages in length, cites numerous reports of widespread election issues and fraud in counties across the country, particularly in key battleground states like Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Pennsylvania and Arizona.
Earlier this year, Lindell held an unprecedented “Cyber Symposium,” where he revealed details and evidence related to fraudulent activities that took place during the 2020 presidential election. The event was live streamed for three days, and Lindell was so confident that the proof of election fraud was so overwhelming that he offered a $5,000,000 prize to any attendee who could prove that the presented cyber data was not valid.
To this day, no one has been able to disprove Lindell’s data regarding the 2020 presidential election.
Mr. Lindell’s gesture of kindness toward the survivors of the Kentucky tornado disaster is a kindhearted move amidst a harrowing tragedy, and hopefully, the donation of thousands of MyPillows will bring a little Christmas peace to the victims amid a chaotic holiday season.