Mike Lindell Says He’s “In Physical Danger”

(RepublicanInformer.com)- Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, says he has been receiving threats and has been unable to see his grandchildren because of his thoughts on fraud during the 2020 presidential election.

Speaking on the Pete Santilli Show this week, Lindell said Dominion Voting Systems is lying when they claim he’s spreading information about their role in voter fraud just to sell more of his pillows.

To counter that claim, Lindell explained how his products have been dropped from big box retailers such as Kroger, Wayfair, Kohls, and Bed Bath & Beyond. He said his products have been dropped from a total of 20 retailers so far, which will cost him $65 million this year.

Recently, Dominion sued Lindell seeking more than $1.3 billion in damages. They claim he’s spreading lies about their company that have caused irreparable damage. Lindell is just one person who’s claimed consistently that the products Dominion created had the ability to change votes from former President Donald Trump to current President Joe Biden.

Lindell said Dominion has basically threatened anyone who mentions their company name with a massive defamation lawsuit.

He further said that the media in general were always wanting to speak to him until he released a documentary earlier this month called “Absolute Proof.” Once that was released, though, the media stopped reaching out to him.

They’ve started to call him back, Lindell said, but only to talk to him about Dominion’s defamation suit.

For his part, Lindell said he’s not at all worried about the lawsuit. He said on the show:

“One of the things I want to say about the lawsuit is I kept telling them, ‘Please sue me! Sue me!’ and now I’m saying, ‘Please serve me,’ because as soon as they serve me, I can actually take the evidence and put it in their reply to them, and then all the evidence will be public record. I have 100% proof — not 99% proof — 100% evidence of everything that they did!”

Lindell then asked Santilli why Dominion would want to prevent people from inspecting their voting machines. He made an apology to his products, saying:

“If I’ve got somebody running around saying, ‘They’ve got rocks and nails inside of a MyPillow,’ what am I going to do as Mike Lindell, the MyPillow company? The first thing I’m going to do is, ‘Hey everybody, come and look at MyPillow. There’s no rocks or nails inside. There’s my patented foam.’

“So, Dominion, instead of them saying, ‘Hey everybody, go in and look at our machines, and check it out. They’re legit. Everything’s on the up and up,’ but they went the other way. Why would they do that? Why would they go suing people? So they would suppress them?”

Lindell said he is putting “everything on the line” in his effort to expose the massive voter fraud in the 2020 election. He explained:

“I would not go all in and risk everything I have — everything! I haven’t been able to see my grandchildren and nephews and nieces. I’ve had to stay away from Minnesota. I’m in physical danger!”