Mike Lindell Biography
Mike Lindell is an American businessman, political activist, and conspiracy theorist. He is the founder and CEO of My Pillow, Inc., a pillow, bedding, and slipper manufacturing company. Lindell is a prominent supporter of, and advisor to, former U.S. President Donald Trump. He has also been an active promoter of the toxic plant extract oleandrin as an alternative medicine cure for COVID-19.
Mike Lindell Age
Michael James Lindell was born on 28th June, 1961, Mankato, Minnesota, U.S.
Mike Lindell Height
Lindell stand at a height of 6 feet and 2 inches.
Mike Lindell Education
He attended the University of Minnesota after high school.
Mike Lindell Nationality
He is an American Nationality.
Mike Lindell Parents
Mike Lindell seems to keep his personal life and professional life apart, because of that, he has not disclosed his parents’ name.
Mike Lindell Siblings
Mike Lindell lives a low profile life. Due to that, he has not revealed his siblings’ details.
Mike Lindell Wife
Lindell has been married twice. His first marriage ended in divorce after 20 years. He married Dallas Yocum in June 2013 and filed for divorce in mid-July 2013 after she left him. Lindell stated that they had a prenuptial agreement.
Mike Lindell Children
Mike Lindell, was previously married to Karen Dickey with whom he shares four children: Heather Lueth Lindell, Lizzy Meyers Lindell, Darren Lindell, and Charlie Lindell.
Mike Lindell My Pillow Inc
Lindell invented the My Pillow pillow in 2004, which is filled with pieces of shredded foam that interlock. Lindell grew the business into a Minnesota manufacturing company. In 2017, the Better Business Bureau (BBB) revoked accreditation of My Pillow, lowering its rating to an F based on a pattern of complaints by consumers. The BBB cited a buy one, get one free offer that became a continuous offer and therefore the normal price of the product, not a sale price or free offer.
Mike named his son Darren as the company’s chief operating officer in 2020, citing his own possible future political ambitions. In 2021, some major retailers stopped carrying My Pillow products. Lindell has suggested that this is a result of his claims relating to the 2020 United States presidential election results, although outlets like Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond have stated this is due to market research and low customer demand.
Mike Lindell Frank
Lindell operates two web sites under the “Frank” brand: Frank, focused on video streaming, and the social network FrankSocial. In March 2021, Lindell detailed plans for “Vocl,” an alt-tech social media platform that he had been developing for several months. He described the site as a cross between YouTube and Twitter that would be different from Gab and Parler.
Mike has said he has spent millions of dollars developing Frank. According to invoices published by a Salon writer, obtained from a leaked video conference with Lindell’s IT team, Lindell spent about $936,000 on hardware, labor, and services to launch Frank. Jared Holt, an extremism and far-right media researcher at the Atlantic Council’s Digital Forensic Research Lab, opined that Lindell was “being had by the people around him…. All the various products and ventures Lindell has going on, whether it’s a pseudo-documentary film or a social media platform, are very expensive endeavors.
Mike Lindell Political activities
Lindell met with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in August 2016, and became an avid supporter, calling Trump “the most amazing president America has ever seen in history”, following his 2016 election victory. In a speech at Liberty University in August 2019.
Lindell has considered running for governor of Minnesota in 2022 against Democratic incumbent Tim Walz, reportedly at Trump’s urging. He attended a Republican Governors Association meeting, at which he was encouraged to run. In May 2020, he became the campaign chair for Trump’s reelection campaign in Minnesota. In July 2020, Lindell said he was “99% sure” about running for Minnesota governor.
Mike promoted a conspiracy theory, popular with Trump supporters, that falsely claimed that voting machine companies Smartmatic and Dominion conspired with foreign powers to rig voting machines to steal the election from Trump. In January and February 2021, Dominion warned Lindell that they planned to sue him, stating in their letter: “You have positioned yourself as a prominent leader of the ongoing misinformation campaign. After Newsmax had broadcast a “clarification” of its false reporting on voting machine fraud in response to a demand letter from Dominion, followed by a defamation suit from a company executive.
Mike Lindell Salary
Mike earns an estimated annual salary of USD 32 million.
Mike Lindell Net Worth
Lindell net worth is estimated to be USD 174 million.
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Mike Lindell Twitter
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell was permanently suspended from Twitter after repeatedly making the baseless claim that former President Trump won.