Twitter Lifts Ban On MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell

After being expelled from the platform’s previous regime, Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, has returned to Twitter.
“I’m back!! “Thank you @elonmusk, and by the way MELT THE ELECTRONIC VOTING MACHINES DOWN AND TURN THEM INTO PUBLIC BARS!” He tweeted Friday.

Lindell was initially banned indefinitely in January 2021 for his repeated allegations of election fraud in 2020’s presidential election. Twitter issued a statement at that time explaining the suspension.

They stated that the account they referred to was permanently suspended because of repeated violations of our Civic Integrity Policy.

Lindell is a strong supporter of President Donald Trump and has used his wealth in many states to fund legal challenges to official election results. Dominion Voting Systems filed a $1.3 million lawsuit against Lindell for his claims. They claimed that he was marketing the campaign to sell more pillows.

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After being banned, Lindell promised to create his own social media platform and stated that Frank Speech would be a mix of YouTube and Twitter.

He tried to avoid the permanent ban in May by opening another Twitter account. However, the account was immediately suspended after a journalist alerted company.

Lindell responded to the Dominion lawsuit by saying that he is happy to present evidence that “China and other nations used their machines in order to steal the election”.

Recently, the pillow entrepreneur made headlines with his announcement of a campaign to be the next chairperson for the Republican National Committee. He was replacing Ronna McDaniel who was previously endorsed Trump.