Mike Lindell Says Walmart Wants to 'Destroy' Him, Stock 'Communist' Pillows

Mike Lindell says that Walmart pulled his MyPillow products in an attempt to stock more "Communist" pillows and "destroy" him over his 2020 presidential election claims.

Lindell, the MyPillow CEO and a staunch ally of former President Donald Trump, told Newsweek on Friday that the retail giant was hoping to silence his false claims that the election was stolen from Trump, which he described as "the biggest crime in the history of the world." He maintained that "somebody got to" the company, which then hatched a plot to "get rid of" him by dropping his pillows.

"There's a reason why Walmart did this and it wasn't because of anything other than a hidden agenda to destroy Mike Lindell and MyPillow," said Lindell. "Walmart has one agenda here: Let's get rid of MyPillow and Mike Lindell."

"What Walmart is doing is a simple thing: somebody got to them and said 'let's destroy MyPillow and Mike Lindell,'" he continued. "I mean come on, you know that, it's been you guys' [the media's] agenda for a year and a half."

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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said that Walmart's decision to pull his products was part of a plot to "destroy" him over debunked claims that the 2020 election was rife with massive fraud, as well as an effort to stock more "Communist products." Lindell is pictured during rally for former President Donald Trump in Selma, North Carolina, on April 9, 2022. Allison Joyce/Getty

Lindell said that it didn't "make sense" for Walmart to stop selling his products, saying that "MyPillow is their number one product ever, that's what they told me... We had our biggest week of the year like four weeks ago."

"You don't take away your biggest product unless you have another agenda," said Lindell. "They don't want Mike Lindell talking about getting rid of the election machines in this country, the electronic voting machines. They don't want me revealing everything from the 2020 election."

"It doesn't make sense that Walmart did this," he added. "It can only be one thing: Destroy Mike Lindell and MyPillow and bring more Communist China products into Walmart. That's what they're doing... China pillows."

The plot to destroy him and replace his pillows at Walmart went "all the way to the top," Lindell said, with Hunter Biden's laptop allegedly containing a recording of a conversation between a Walmart executive and the current president's son.

"I mean, that's about as bad as it gets, when you collude to steal our election with Hunter Biden," said Lindell. "So, obviously somebody probably said, 'Mike Lindell won't shut up, let's get him to shut up, let's take away—try to take away his money.'"

Lindell vowed to not lay off any employees regardless of MyPillow's finances, noting that he had kept workers employed "even if they weren't working" when "the China virus came through." He added that he would "borrow money to try and save our country" if he were to "run out of money."

During an interview earlier on Friday with the conservative outlet Right Side Broadcasting Network, Lindell said that it was "kind of like back in Nazi Germany" after speaking about Walmart and other companies "canceling" him by no longer selling MyPillow products.

When asked about the comment, Lindell said that his reference to Nazi Germany was about "January 7th of last year, when they tried to silence the whole United States." He said that "1.2 million Americans were de-platformed on YouTube, Vimeo, Zuckerbuck's Facebook, Twitter," including "our great President Donald Trump."

Regardless of MyPillow's difficulties with Walmart, Lindell insisted that he was personally supported by "95 percent of people in the United States," whether they were "Democrat or Republican," due to his championing of election fraud claims.

"When I go down the streets they give me hugs [and say], 'Thanks for helping save our country,'" he said. "Friends of mine that are liberals, are Democrats, they're going, 'Please, Mike, save our country.'"

Newsweek reached out to Walmart for comment.