MyPillow Guy Mike Lindell Said He Hadn’t Been Home In Two Months, Was Moving Between “Undisclosed Locations” Due To Safety Concerns: “I Can’t Go Back There”

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If you were to ask just about any GOPer or Trump supporter in general, chances are they would try to tell you that their lives have been positively turned upside down due to their love and loyalty to Donald Trump and this Big Lie narrative that the 2020 presidential election was stolen from him through massive, widespread voter fraud.

Frankly, there is nothing the Right loves more than to play the victim of persecution card at literally every single chance they get.

And no one in this world is better at it than Mike Lindell.

The MyPillow CEO, a disgustingly staunch supporter of Donald Trump’s, has recently claimed that the persecution against him has become so bad that he quite literally cannot go to his Minnesota home and is no longer able to attend in-person events, due to serious concerns for his safety, and has instead been reduced to bouncing between “undisclosed locations.”

Over the course of the last few months, Lindell has been a huge perpetrator of the thoroughly debunked conspiracy theory claiming that Dominion Voting Systems machines changed votes for Donald Trump into votes for Joe Biden — ultimately earning himself a Twitter ban as well as a hefty lawsuit from the company.

In an appearance on The Domenick Nati Show, Lindell claimed that safety concerns have now forced him to live in a different state.

“I absolutely move around to undisclosed locations,” the MyPillow CEO claimed.

“I haven’t been back to Minnesota, and anybody out there that is looking for me, I haven’t been back there in two months,” he said. “I can’t go back there.”

Lindell went on to add that he won’t be attending any scheduled, in-person events for the same reasons and explained that he recently attended one event via Zoom because being there in-person was just “too risky,” claiming that he didn’t want to put himself or other attendees “in jeopardy.”

“If they’re capable of what they’re doing out there to destroy a company and destroy things to cancel people out, I guess I’m not going to go there, make myself vulnerable out there,” he stated.

The CEO went on to add that he plans to cancel “cancel culture” and claimed to have “big teams” of investigators looking into who’s behind it all. He also claimed that Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey would be “going to jail.”

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