MyPillow Twitter account suspended after CEO Mike Lindell used it to evade his ban from the platform
MyPillow's account after its founder accused Twitter's CEO of trying to "cancel" him. Mike Lindellwas barred from Twitter last week for touting election-related conspiracy theories.
- "@Jack I know you are tied into the election fraud!" he said. "You are so afraid of being found out!"
The company Twitter account for MyPillow was suspended on Monday after its founder and CEO, Mike Lindell, used it to evade his own ban from the social-media platform.
Lindell was permanently barred from Twitter last week for violating the platform's civic-integrity policy. The MyPillow CEO, a friend of former President Donald Trump's, had tweeted election-related conspiracy theories.
On Monday afternoon, Lindell posted several tweets from the MyPillow account. Some targeted Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey, falsely accusing him of being involved in fraud during the 2020 election.
"@Jack I know you are tied into the election fraud!" Lindell wrote. "You are so afraid of being found out! So many are looking forward to you being brought to justice!"
"Jack Dorsey is trying to cancel me (Mike Lindell) out!" he continued in another tweet, adding, "Jack will be found out and should be put in prison when all is revealed."
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