Poor Mike Lindell Takes One of His Hardest Hits Yet

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  • Source: Kare 11
  • 03/27/2024
Mike Lindell has really been  through the wringer lately. Ever since his open opposition to the results of the 2020 election, the left has been  gunning for him, doing everything they can to take him down.

Despite the onslaught, Lindell is still  battling to stay afloat, buoyed by the support of many of his long-time customers and conservatives who stand by him through thick and thin. But unfortunately for Mike, he's just been  dealt a blow that might be tough to recover from.

A judge in Minnesota has  ruled to evict Lindell's company, MyPillow, from its Shakopee warehouse due to unpaid rent. This decision follows another setback for  Lindell, as he was ordered to pay $5 million in arbitration to a software engineer who contested evidence Lindell  claimed proved Chinese interference in the 2020 election.

From Kare 11:

The eviction comes after the building's landlord, First Industrial, L.P., filed an eviction complaint earlier this month for the warehouse on 4701 Valley Industrial Boulevard South, claiming it hadn't received rent from MyPillow for neither February nor March. According to court documents, First Industrial is owed $217, 489.74 for rent and other payments.

Court documents show that there was no representative for MyPillow at Tuesday's hearing as the judge ordered the company to "immediately" vacate the building, while also issuing a writ of recovery.

Tuesday's ruling comes one month after a federal judge affirmed MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell must pay a $5 million arbitration award to a software engineer who challenged data that Lindell said proved China interfered in the 2020 U.S. presidential election.

Lindell is also the subject of a $1.3 billion defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems in the District of Columbia that says he falsely accused the company of rigging the 2020 presidential election. He’s also the target of a separate defamation lawsuit in Minnesota by a different voting machine company, Smartmatic.

Lindell has conceded that he and MyPillow are struggling financially. Fox News, which had been one of his biggest advertising platforms, stopped running MyPillow commercials in January in a payment dispute. Two law firms that had been defending him against lawsuits by Dominion and Smartmatic quit last fall. He acknowledged that he owed them millions of dollars.

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