MyPillow CEO Whines About Company Losing $100 Million Because Of His Antics

In an interview this week, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell complained about the fact that his company, according to him, has lost $100 million ever since he started spreading conspiracies about the 2020 election. Lindell still maintains that he “did nothing wrong,” a claim he also made during the interview. But the consuming public has spoken, and his political views cannot be separated from his products, as Farron Cousins explains. Link – https://www.cbsnews.com/minnesota/news/mike-lindell-says-mypillow-lost-100-million/ Don’t forget to like, comment, and share! And subscribe to stay connected! Connect with Farron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/farronbalanced *This transcript was auto-generated. Please excuse any typos. MyPillow, C E o. Mike Lindell is not happy about the state of his company. In fact, in a recent interview with a local CBS b S News affiliate in Minnesota, Mike Lindell actually, if he can be believed, said that basically his company’s not doing well at all. And he admitted that in the last year, his company has lost 100 million of retail sales from the year prior. Here is what he said. Now, let me tell you the facts about MyPillow. When I tried to get this out to the people, MyPillow lost 100 million in retailers. We are not up 30 to 40%. We’re down. We are down. I had to borrow money. I have done nothing wrong. Absolutely nothing wrong. SA sounds like you’re just a bad businessman, right? See, Mike, here’s the problem. In addition, of course, to the fact of you trying to subvert democracy and spread all these baseless conspiracies that you can’t trust the election, uh, uh, process here in the country and getting yourself sued for over $1 billion by the very companies who allege that you defamed them. What you did was you mixed your politics with your business and not just in the usual way either, right? We know a lot of these corporations out there, most of them, the big ones, the big box retailers, they have political agendas. Those political agendas include getting tax cuts for themselves, getting subsidies from the government, and of course destroying unions. But in spite of that, you still get people on the left as well as obviously the people on the right who will use these shops, who will buy their products. A lot of times, because most of us don’t even have an option. I know a lot of people say like, oh, you gotta buy local. Don’t go to the big box stores. Well, let me tell you something about the small town I live in. Maybe this will kind of wake people up who don’t live in small towns in the city I live in. There isn’t a single place where I can buy a shirt that has a collar other than Walmart. Now, I’m not gonna buy a collared shirt at Walmart, obviously, but I literally have to go out of town in order to buy a collared shirt. So yeah, that’s why people end up on the left patronizing these businesses who give tons of money to the right. But the difference is you don’t have those CEOs going out there and being these outspoken weirdos like Mike Lindell did. You probably right now, couldn’t even tell me who the C E O of Exxon is or who the CEO E O of the Walmart corporation is. Could you? Who’s the C of Home Depot? That’s a popular one, and still most people don’t know it, and they’re all right-wingers, but MyPillow, you can’t divorce that from Mike Lindell because he put himself out there as the face of the company. So of course, when he gets Out there, there gets all political spreads, these conspiracy theories and gets sued for it, people cannot divorce you from your pillows, especially when there’s other options, right? We’re not in the same situation I described where I can’t buy a collared shirt in my hometown. You can buy a different pillow. You don’t have to get my pillow. And people are voting with their dollars because they have the option to do that. And if you’re unhappy with it, drop it. Drop all your election talk. Stop talking about politics. Stop pretending that you’re running for the chair of the R N C, which by the way, that election is next week. Um, just stop. Eventually people may forget and you may start selling pillows again, but you have to make that choice, Mike. You don’t get to whine about losing a hundred million dollars. I did nothing wrong, and still go out and push the conspiracies. You have to make that choice. Who are you? Are you the friendly guy who turned his life around and started selling pillows? Or are you a complete nut job pedaling conspiracy theories because you’re mad that Trump didn’t win an election? Because you can’t have it both ways. And I think at this point, it’s pretty obvious which choice you’ve made.

In an interview this week, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell complained about the fact that his company, according to him, has lost $100 million ever since he started spreading conspiracies about the 2020 election. Lindell still maintains that he “did nothing wrong,” a claim he also made during the interview. But the consuming public has spoken, and his political views cannot be separated from his products, as Farron Cousins explains. Link – https://www.cbsnews.com/minnesota/news/mike-lindell-says-mypillow-lost-100-million/ Don’t forget to like, comment, and share! And subscribe to stay connected! Connect with Farron on Twitter: https://twitter.com/farronbalanced *This transcript was auto-generated. Please excuse any typos. MyPillow, C E o. Mike Lindell is not happy about the state of his company. In fact, in a recent interview with a local CBS b S News affiliate in Minnesota, Mike Lindell actually, if he can be believed, said that basically his company’s not doing well at all. And he admitted that in the last year, his company has lost 100 million of retail sales from the year prior. Here is what he said. Now, let me tell you the facts about MyPillow. When I tried to get this out to the people, MyPillow lost 100 million in retailers. We are not up 30 to 40%. We’re down. We are down. I had to borrow money. I have done nothing wrong. Absolutely nothing wrong. SA sounds like you’re just a bad businessman, right? See, Mike, here’s the problem. In addition, of course, to the fact of you trying to subvert democracy and spread all these baseless conspiracies that you can’t trust the election, uh, uh, process here in the country and getting yourself sued for over $1 billion by the very companies who allege that you defamed them. What you did was you mixed your politics with your business and not just in the usual way either, right? We know a lot of these corporations out there, most of them, the big ones, the big box retailers, they have political agendas. Those political agendas include getting tax cuts for themselves, getting subsidies from the government, and of course destroying unions. But in spite of that, you still get people on the left as well as obviously the people on the right who will use these shops, who will buy their products. A lot of times, because most of us don’t even have an option. I know a lot of people say like, oh, you gotta buy local. Don’t go to the big box stores. Well, let me tell you something about the small town I live in. Maybe this will kind of wake people up who don’t live in small towns in the city I live in. There isn’t a single place where I can buy a shirt that has a collar other than Walmart. Now, I’m not gonna buy a collared shirt at Walmart, obviously, but I literally have to go out of town in order to buy a collared shirt. So yeah, that’s why people end up on the left patronizing these businesses who give tons of money to the right. But the difference is you don’t have those CEOs going out there and being these outspoken weirdos like Mike Lindell did. You probably right now, couldn’t even tell me who the C E O of Exxon is or who the CEO E O of the Walmart corporation is. Could you? Who’s the C of Home Depot? That’s a popular one, and still most people don’t know it, and they’re all right-wingers, but MyPillow, you can’t divorce that from Mike Lindell because he put himself out there as the face of the company. So of course, when he gets Out there, there gets all political spreads, these conspiracy theories and gets sued for it, people cannot divorce you from your pillows, especially when there’s other options, right? We’re not in the same situation I described where I can’t buy a collared shirt in my hometown. You can buy a different pillow. You don’t have to get my pillow. And people are voting with their dollars because they have the option to do that. And if you’re unhappy with it, drop it. Drop all your election talk. Stop talking about politics. Stop pretending that you’re running for the chair of the R N C, which by the way, that election is next week. Um, just stop. Eventually people may forget and you may start selling pillows again, but you have to make that choice, Mike. You don’t get to whine about losing a hundred million dollars. I did nothing wrong, and still go out and push the conspiracies. You have to make that choice. Who are you? Are you the friendly guy who turned his life around and started selling pillows? Or are you a complete nut job pedaling conspiracy theories because you’re mad that Trump didn’t win an election? Because you can’t have it both ways. And I think at this point, it’s pretty obvious which choice you’ve made.

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