Mike Lindell’s Business Get Evicted?

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(FixThisNation.com) – On Wednesday, MyPillow received a court order for eviction from its formerly used warehouse in Minneapolis. The company’s founder Mike Lindell, who is known for being an election denier, has claimed that this process is just a formality that was prompted by the desire of the landlord to take back the property. 

During an interview with The Associated Press Lindell denied that the eviction was evidence of any money problems. He added that his financial state was significantly improving following last year’s credit crunch which had resulted in the company’s cash flow being disrupted. The disruption was the result of the company losing one of its biggest advertising platforms, while also having many national retailers dropping them. 

Lindell claimed that the company was fine. 

Previously, he has had to deal with some legal and financial woes after a federal judge had affirmed the 45 million arbitration towards the software engineer who had challenged Lindell’s data which he had argued was proof that China had interfered with the presidential elections in 2020 and had caused President Biden to come out as the winner. In January, Fox News had stopped running commercials for the company because of a billing dispute. 

On Wednesday Lindell confirmed that currently, MyPillow owes First Industrial LP around $217,000 for rent. However, he had argued that MyPIllow no longer required the space and opted to remove all of the company’s property from the warehouse in June. They then proceeded to sublease the space to a different company through December.

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