Mike Lindell has insisted, without presenting evidence, that the 2020 presidential election was rigged.
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Twitter has permanently suspended the account of the CEO of My Pillow, Mike lindell, after continuously and unsubstantiated asserting that Donald trump he won the 2020 United States presidential election.
Twitter decided to ban Lindell, founder of the bedding company My Pillow, due to “repeated violations” of its civic integrity policy, a company spokesman said in a statement. This policy was launched last September and aims to fight misinformation, the company said.
Lindell, an avid Trump militant, has continued to insist that the presidential election was rigged even after US President Joe Biden’s administration began, the newspaper reported. The New York Times.
Retailers like Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohl’s they said last week that will stop selling the products of My Pillow, according to a statement from Lindell.
Related: Costco will continue to sell MyPillow products while other stores retire the brand.
Lindell is also facing potential company litigation. Dominion Voting Systems for claiming that their voting machines played a role in the alleged electoral fraud. He had also urged Trump to declare martial law in Minnesota to get his ballots and overturn the election.
After the assault on the United States Capitol until January 12 Twitter has banned more than 70,000 accounts for sharing false or erroneous information. The company permanently suspended former President Trump’s account after calling for the violent demonstration on Jan.6 on Capitol Hill.
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