MyPillow CEO Permanently Banned From Twitter After Questioning Election Results


MyPillow CEO and open Trump-supporter, Mike Lindell, has been banned from posting on Twitter for violating Twitter’s “Civic Integrity” policy by questioning the results of the 2020 election.

Twitter has not cited the specific tweets that violated their policy and caused the company to terminate his account. It’s suspected that Lindell’s account termination was due to a tweet in which he urged President Trump to declare martial law in Minnesota to collect ballots and the voting machines.

Not only has Lindell been blacklisted from Twitter, Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s have vowed to remove his company’s products from their shelves. Twitter has removed over 70,000 accounts following the Capitol Hill storming on January 6th, seemingly surpassing any dissenting opinions. Targeting loyal Republicans and Trump-supporters is Twitter’s favorite pastime.


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