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MyPillow, owned by election denier Mike Lindell, formally evicted from Minnesota warehouse



FILE - In this March 30, 2020 file photo, My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell speaks as President Donald Trump listens during a briefing about the coronavirus in the Rose Garden of the White House, in Washington. Lindell, is weighing a run for governor in Minnesota. If he follows through on a campaign, it could be an early test of where the Republican Party is headed in the post-Donald Trump era. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — A court ordered the eviction Wednesday of MyPillow from a suburban Minneapolis warehouse that it formerly used. Company founder and prominent election denier Mike Lindell, however, said that it’s just a formality because the landlord wants to take the property back.

Lindell denied, in an interview with The Associated Press, that the eviction was another sign of his money woes. He said his financial picture is actually improving after a credit crunch last year disrupted cash flow at MyPillow, as the company lost one of its major advertising platforms and was dropped by several national retailers.

“We’re fine,” he said.

Lindell faced a setback last month when a federal judge affirmed a $5 million arbitration award in favor of a software engineer who challenged data that Lindell said proves China interfered in the 2020 U.S. presidential election and tipped the outcome to Joe Biden. Lindell acknowledged in January that Fox News stopped running MyPillow commercials amid a billing dispute.

Lindell confirmed this week that MyPillow owes around $217,000 to Delaware-based First Industrial LP for rent for the facility in Shakopee. He said MyPillow no longer needed the space and removed its remaining property from the warehouse last June before subleasing the space to another company through December.

Another company was going to start subleasing the space in January but backed out and “left us all stranded,” he said. MyPillow offered to find another tenant, he said, but the landlord just wanted to take back control of the warehouse instead. The $217,000 is for unpaid rent for January and February, he said. He also said MyPillow continues to lease space elsewhere.

The Star Tribune reported that a Scott County judge held a hearing Tuesday on the warehouse owner’s request to formally evict MyPillow, which did not contest the landlord’s request.

“MyPillow has more or less vacated but we’d like to do this by the book,” attorney Sara Filo, representing First Industrial, said during the hearing, the newspaper reported. “At this point there’s a representation that no further payment is going to be made under this lease, so we’d like to go ahead with finding a new tenant.”

Judge Caroline Lennon filed the eviction order Wednesday.

Lindell, who continues to propagate former President Donald Trump’s lies that the 2020 election was stolen from him, in part by rigged voting machine systems, still faces defamation lawsuits by two voting machine companies. Lawyers who were originally defending him in those cases quit over unpaid bills.

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  1. Walden

    March 30, 2024 at 10:52 am

    Total dissonance between the title and the information in the article.

    Simply propaganda from a media that cannot be trusted.

  2. Kevin

    April 1, 2024 at 8:28 am

    Shouldn’t every time Hillary Clinton’s name is mentioned include ‘election denier’, what about the Al Gore, ‘election denier’, what about that loud mouthed woman down south, can’t even recall her name, but she is still denying losing.

    The downside of that of course is that creates and equivalency. We all know that there were election ‘anamolies’ that were not investigated. We all know that laws were changed against the constitution with the plausible deniability of the ‘pandemic’ and weather.

    Try to at least report the news instead of working to further promote a bullshit narrative.

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