Mike Lindell says Wal-Mart, My Pillow’s largest distributor, has “cancelled” him and is pulling pillows from the store.


MyPillow CEO Michael Lindell

Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, told Insider that his product was pulled from Walmart’s physical store.Hyun Chan / Media News Group / Denver Post via Getty Images

  • Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, said Wal-Mart is pulling his products off the shelves.

  • “I absolutely hate what they did to cancel us,” Lindel told insiders.

  • Wal-Mart confirmed Lindel’s allegations against Hill, but said the product would continue to be sold online.

Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow, accused Wal-Mart of pulling the company’s pillows off the retail shelves and “cancelling” them.

On a phone call with the insider on Thursday night, Lindel described the zoom meeting with a representative of Wal-Mart. He has informed that the company will only sell My Pillow products online, not in stores.

“They dropped My Pillow, and it really hurt my employees because they were our biggest distributor,” Lindel said. “They were far number one.”

Lindel then called Wal-Mart “absolutely disgusting,” claiming that his pillow was “one of the best-selling products in Wal-Mart’s history.”

In a conversation with insiders, Lindel said he heard that MyPillow products wouldn’t be available at Wal-Mart stores about two weeks ago after returning from a “national” flight to address the “election issue.” rice field.

Lindel said he had made a zoom call with a Wal-Mart representative and suggested lowering the price of the pillows in the meantime. But he said the representative hadn’t returned to him for a week, after which his company was informed that Wal-Mart was going to “drop My Pillow.”

“I tell them what I’m offering, and I’m saying:” Why are you doing this? Why are you kicking us out and canceling us? Are you there? “Lindel said. “When we were your biggest product, it was the biggest product ever!”

Wal-Mart officials also informed that pillows did not meet retailers’ customer satisfaction standards, Lindel said.

The Wal-Mart website displays a “rating” for each product you sell. At the time of pressing, MyPillow Classic Bed Pillow Received 3.3 stars based on 2,084 reviews.

“I said,’Wal-Mart, embarrassing. You have over 10,000 vendors from China. I make all pillows in Minnesota,'” Lindel said. “I was very angry. I closed my computer. “

Lindel told insiders that Wal-Mart “will never sell My Pillows again.” “What they did is unforgivable! It cancels the culture and you can’t come back,” he added.

Walmart spokesperson Hill MyPillow products will no longer be sold in stores, but will continue to be available online. Wal-Mart did not immediately respond to requests for comment from insiders.

Wal-Mart is the latest retailer to break the relationship with Lindel. April 2021, Costco pulled My Pillow’s product, So did Bed Bath & Beyond, QVC, JC Penney and Wayfair...

Lindel also in February Told the insider One of his banks cut off his relationship and cited him as a “risk of reputation.”

Lindel continues to be deeply involved in pushing forward the false allegations of former President Donald Trump’s fraudulent voting.This week he He told insiders that he tried to secure a place to testify publicly before the January 6 panel. Investigating the Capitol riots, they insisted they didn’t want to talk to him.

Lindel, now Bankroll of national efforts Also involved in a $ 1.3 billion lawsuit to stop using electronic voting machines Submitted to him by the voting technique company Dominion When A proceeding filed by the voting system company Smartmatic.

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