MyPillow CEO Coming to the Rescue of Canadian Truckers With Thousands of Pillows - Reports

© AP Photo / Manuel Balce CenetaMyPillow chief executive Mike Lindell, speaks to reporters outside federal court in Washington, Thursday, June 24, 2021. A federal judge on Thursday appeared skeptical of arguments to dismiss a defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems over baseless 2020 election claims made by Trump allies Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani and Lindell.
MyPillow chief executive Mike Lindell, speaks to reporters outside federal court in Washington, Thursday, June 24, 2021. A federal judge on Thursday appeared skeptical of arguments to dismiss a defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems over baseless 2020 election claims made by Trump allies Sidney Powell, Rudy Giuliani and Lindell. - Sputnik International, 1920, 17.02.2022
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It seems to be a backup plan for the pillow mogul, who, along with other American conservatives, has come forward in opposition to the Canadian premier Trudeau, a “horrible, evil dictator,” (as the top Trump ally reportedly put it).
Canadian truckers who have been protesting vaccine mandates for weeks won't be left adrift this time, because Mike Lindell is coming to their rescue.
MyPillow CEO told The Daily Beast the other day that he is going to drop pillows from the sky via helicopter, “with little parachutes” attached. “We need to get the MyPillows to the people!” he reportedly told the outlet.
You might think this is a joke, but no! The magnate reportedly claimed he has it all arranged with a helicopter company, but he cannot reveal the exact location yet.

“He’s just a horrible, evil dictator. These truckers do this, and Trudeau reacts the way he is. The guy is a monster. He’s a monster, fact. A monster beyond anything in history,” Lindell told POLITICO, adding that he will deliver more than 12,000 pillows (watch your head!).

These are not the only labels Trudeau has been given after he invoked the Emergencies Act for the first time in history on Tuesday, fueling rage from conservative politicians in the US, including former president Donald Trump, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, and Sen. Ted Cruz.
The icing on the cake was Elon Musk's tweet (now deleted), in which the Tesla CEO compared the Canadian prime minister to Hitler.
Meanwhile, according to Canadian public safety minister Marco Mendicino, some participants in the so-called 'Freedom Convoy' protest appear to be well-coordinated and espouse extremist views with the aim of overthrowing the government, noting incidents involving the seizure of weapons from protesters at border crossings.
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