Businessman Michael James Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, Inc., was threatened with “imminent” litigation from Dominion Voting Systems, whose lawyers demand Lindell make a public apology following “false and conspiratorial” claims about the company rigging the 2020 US presidential election in US President-elect Joe Biden’s favor.
Speaking to Right Side Broadcasting Newtork’s Brian Glenn, Lindell confirmed Saturday that Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s were among the many major retailers to cease selling his My Pillow products.
Lindell, who notably overcame a crack cocaine addiction alongside the infomercial growth of My Pillow, asserted that the physical retail companies were simply “scared” to display his product for sale in the current political climate.
Lindell’s trip to the White House last week gained viral attention after high-quality photos showed him entering the White House with a collection of papers, one of which clearly referenced “martial law.” The viral images prompted concerns from netizens fearing a military-imposed, last-stitch move to retain power by the outgoing US president.
CNN’s Jim Acosta noted that Lindell’s meeting with Trump lasted approximately 5 minutes. The My Pillow CEO denied that “martial law” was written on his widely-seen documents.
The document in question demands Lindell “preserve and retain all documents relating to Dominion and your smear campaign against the company.”
Dominion is also calling on the…