My Pillow founder Mike Lindell says he has lost $ 65 million in revenue due to a massive boycott of his theft in this year’s presidential elections.
The 59-year-old CEO revealed disastrous costs to his business – even ridiculing claims he made in a $ 1.3 billion lawsuit that said he had an alleged “big lie” over electoral fraud because of the false pillows Sells. “
“I’ve lost 20 retailers, and it cost me $ 65 million this year that I won’t get back, okay?” Lindale Told insider. “There is a story. Print it correctly. Do not try and twist this, ”he told the outlet.
Lindell is the latest to be sued by the Dominion voting system on charges of “stealing millions of votes” and rigging the 2020 presidential election.
Sued, filed Monday and demanded $ 1.3 billion for defamation, claiming he “exploited another opportunity to boost sales” after hitting the jackpot with Donald Trump’s endorsement for My Pillow.
It also emphasized that his “big lie” has “increased my pillow sales by 30-40% and continues to redirect people to their election-lie resentment in pillow purchases.”
Lindell insisted to the Associated Press that while his company saw a slight increase in sales, it was devastated after more than 20 retailers dropped their products, including Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s, from Twitter His ban was also included.
He called the trial a “very good day” because the discovery process would vindicate him.
“I’m finally looking forward to suing him,” said Lindell, who is known as “My Pillow Guy” from his TV commercials.
“I would love to go to court tomorrow with Dominion,” Lindell said.
He said that he is credited with being accused repeatedly in the trial of “Big Lie” – noting that the expression was coined by Adolf Hitler. “The big lie here is the big lie,” Lindell said. “They are big lies.”
This is the third defamation lawsuit Dominion has filed against its accused. At a news conference, Dominion CEO John Paulos said “it is not final in any way.”
With post wires