MY Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has created an election fraud film to show how China and Russia “100 percent flipped the presidential vote for Joe Biden.”
Mike Lindell, the founder and CEO of My Pillow and a vocal champion of former President Donald Trump – revealed the news in an interview this week with The Revival Channel.
Footage of the interview was shared to the Christian YouTube channel on Wednesday and has since obtained more than 332,000 views.
The Minnesota native urged listeners to share the three-hour documentary “with everyone they know.”
The documentary film – which was released on Friday – is titled “Absolute Proof.”
The 59-year-old self-made millionaire said the proof was of the “biggest cyber attack in history.”
Lindell, who pushed unfounded election fraud claims following President Joe Biden’ victory, said the documentary was filmed within a five-day time span – during the past two weeks.
The My Pillow exec explained it was filmed as he was “holed up with people guarding me.”
After boasting about his company’s success, Lindell said “anyone that sees this – even if it’s nine Supreme Court justices – every one of them would say: ‘Wow, this is an attack on our country.’
“Once you guys see what I’ve seen you’re gonna be so excited.”
According to Lindell, the films shows to be true “100 percent, the theft by China and these different international locations, this cyberattack on our nation right here, that took, that flipped votes.”
“Absolute Proof” was uploaded to YouTube on Friday and obtained approximately than 9,000 views by 12.30pm ET.
Last month, Lindell faced backlash for his comments in the wake of the January 6 Capitol siege.
He called the riot – which left five dead – “very peaceful” and blamed “undercover Antifa that dressed as Trump people” for the chaos.
He had also voiced support for the former President’s campaign to overturn the election result on spurious allegations of vote-rigging.
Lindell – who was rumored to date 30 Rock’s Jane Krakowski – even urged Trump to declare martial law in Minnesota to obtain its ballots.
His documentary comes as Parkland school massacre survivor and gun activist David Hogg has revealed his remarkable plan to take on conservative Lindell.
Hogg, 20, announced Thursday on Twitter that he will launch his own pillow company as “progressive competition” for Lindell – who was banned from Twitter last week for spreading misinformation about voter fraud.
Hogg — who was a Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student in Florida during the 2018 slaughter — tweeted that he’ll team up with the progressive tech entrepreneur William LeGate to create a direct rival for Lindell’s company.
“This pillow fight just got very real,” Hogg tweeted Thursday.
The company is yet-to-be-named but Hogg’s supporters on Twitter are begging for him to call it PillowHogg.
Lindell’s Twitter account was permanently taken down after he posted several tweets criticizing Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and doubled down on his claims of voter fraud.
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Earlier this week, footage captured a Newsmax TV host storming off set during a live interview with Lindell after he refused to let up on unsubstantiated voter fraud claims.
Lindell was invited on Newsmax’s American Agenda to discuss Twitter’s decision to permanently suspend his account.