My Pillow founder Mike Lindell said he plans to launch his own social media site to replace giant tech platforms that stifle free speech.
Lindell announced his plans during an interview with Charlie Kirk on his podcast on Friday, March 5, reported the Business Insider.
“Every single influencer person on the planet can come there. You’re going to have a platform to speak out,” Lindell said, adding that he has been working on the site for four years.
“It’s not just like a little Twitter platform,” said Lindell, who was expelled from Twitter after he continued to claim that Dominion Voting Systems rigged the 2020 election against former President Donald Trump.
“They’re suppressing our voices,” Lindell continued. “We’re launching this big platform so all the voices of our country can come back and start telling it like it is again.”
“You will not need YouTube. You won’t need these places. So it will be where everything can be told because we’ve got to get our voices back,” he explained. “People will be able to talk and not walk on eggshells.”
Youtube and Vimeo in February removed a two-hour video titled “Absolute Proof” that Lindell had made about the election. He told Kirk that 140 million people had watched the video.
Dominion is seeking more than $1.3 billion in damages on allegations that Lindell accused it of “stealing millions of votes” from Trump. Lindell said he would welcome the lawsuit, saying that a court case would make it easier for him to “get to the evidence, and to show the people in the public record the evidence we have about these machines.”
“That would so make my day because then they would have to go into discovery, and that would make my job a lot easier,” Lindell said. “I will not stop until every single person on the planet knows, whether you’re a Democrat or a Republican, what these machines did to us.”
Lindell claimed that he had lost $65 million in MyPillow revenue this year because of mass boycotts over his campaign to overturn the election results and re-install former President Donald Trump.
The My Pillow CEO said the site would launch in “four or five weeks,” or even in “10 days,” adding that he couldn’t announce the platform’s name yet.