Mike Lindell, CEO of the My Pillow Company, said that several retailers have dropped his product line after he continues to peddle conspiracy theories about voting machines and stolen elections.
His continued push of false narratives about voter fraud and a rigged election spurred a social media backlash, and Lindell says retailers are trying to “cancel him out.”
Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, H-E-B, and Wayfair are all dropping My Pillow, according to Lindell.
In a December 23 letter, manufacturer of voting machines Dominion demanded that Lindell stop “making defamatory claims against Dominion” and preserve all documents related to the his “smear campaign” against the company. “Litigation regarding these issues is imminent,” the letter said.
Lindell’s response is that he “welcomes” a lawsuit.
Lindell told CBS News’ Sara Cook late Monday, “I want them to sue me. Please. Because I have all the evidence, 100%. I want all the American people and the world to see the horrific things that these (Dominion voting) machines are capable of and what they did to our country and what — they’re allowing other countries to steal our election and just to hijack our election.
“We have 100% proof that China and these other countries did it,” Lindell continued. “… So I welcome Dominion to come after me because I guess the word would come out a lot sooner than waiting for the Supreme Court to open this thing up.”