MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has announced that his company has just lost another business partner.
Lindell, a staunch supporter of President Donald Trump, founded the MyPillow company and created its namesake product in 2004.
He has also been a longtime supporter of Trump, beginning in the earlier days of his 2016 presidential campaign.
Lindell has also lost several prominent business partnerships since 2021 due to his links to Trump.
The CEO has become a target of the Left for raising concerns about fraud impacting the results of the 2020 election.
Lindell believes he has been the victim of “cancel culture” because of his conservative beliefs.
MyPillow was dropped by major vendors Kohl’s and Bed, Bath, & Beyond.
Both cited market research that showed low demand for the company’s products.
However, the move came amid a pressure campaign to “cancel” those who supported Trump’s election fraud claims.
Walmart and Slumberland Furniture followed suit later on.
On Friday, Lindell claimed during an appearance on Steve Bannon’s War Room program on Real America’s Voice that an unspecified online merchant server company had dropped support for one of his other ventures, the Lindell Recovery Network.
The Lindell Recovery Network offers aid to struggling addicts.
Lindell himself is a former drug addict who started MyPillow after getting clean.
He further revealed that the company told him in a phone call that they “don’t want to be associated with your name.”
“This just happened one hour ago, I had to pull over here on the road,” Lindell said.
“Our merchant server just canceled the Lindell Recovery Network, this is my network for addicts, and I’ve had [the website] with them, I don’t know, five, six years…
“So now, that’s a distraction, I’ve got to take more of my funds and put in to help [the site].”
In addition, MyPillow was briefly dropped as an advertiser by Fox News last month.
However, Lindell said that he was uncertain why.
“This was on Wednesday,” he said about Fox News dropping his company.
“I spent a day wondering what to do.
“It’s very, very disturbing news.”
MyPillow ads returned to the network in February.