MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell may soon face leftist competition in the bedding business. Luckily, he’s diversifying into the realm of film-making.
Lindell’s roughly two-hour documentary (audio available here) is available in full via his website, MichaelJLindell.com, as well as WorldViewWeekend.com, the site of his co-producer Brannon House. Investigative journalist Mary Fanning also gets a production co-credit.
The production quality leaves something to be desired—particularly because Lindell’s affable and distinctive presence is so familiar to those who have seen his commercials regularly cycling through their favorite news broadcasts.
The effect is something like a long, particularly dramatic infomercial.
However, Lindell’s decision to document the evidence he has encountered is less about making a sales pitch and more about the laborious process needed to systemically dismantle what may simultaneously be one of the most sensational heists in recorded history.
Lindell said his decision to speak out followed the emergence of what he considered to be a smoking gun related to the hacking of electronic voting machines.
“One day—I think it was Jan. 9—they brought me, like, a piece of evidence that’s 100% proved, that’s like a print inside the machine of a timestamp that showed other countries attacking us, hacking into our election through these machines,” he says in the film. “And it shows votes flipped, and I’m going ‘Wow, I gotta get this out there.'”
Lindell already faced the wrath of cancel culture before the election for his vocal support of President Donald Trump, but he said it has kicked into high gear since he started publicly addressing the fraud conspiracy.
Even conservative channel Newsmax raised objections after Lindell began discussing the fraud allegations on a recent segment in the context of his Twitter censorship.
Anchor Bob Sellers went viral after walking off the set, although he later apologized for the incident.