Mike Lindell Accuses Twitter of Screwing Him Over

My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, who was banned from Twitter on Tuesday for propounding former President Donald Trump’s lies about the 2020 election, is now claiming that someone at the social media platform was using his account in the days leading up to his suspension.

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“Well I’ve been fighting Jack Dorsey and Twitter and Facebook and you wouldn’t believe that about two weeks ago, or three weeks ago when I, when they had that new evidence of the [voting] machine fraud, I put that up on Twitter,” Lindell told the Bernie & Sid¬†show.

There is no evidence of voter fraud in the 2020 election.

“Now they took my Twitter down there for about seven or about 12 hours when it came down I put it up again,” Lindell said. “And this time, I want everyone to listen to this, they took my Twitter, or they took me off of Twitter, but they left my account up there and they were running it, they, they were, they were running it, was, my friends are going, ‘Mike, Are you on, are you still up on Twitter?’ I go, ‘yeah but I can’t control it,’ they were liking things and tagging things that weren’t me that’s where my friends.”

Lindell alleged that Twitter “would retweet things under my name. And they would retweet things so they wouldn’t type things under, but they and then I tried to take stuff down, and I got a letter from Twitter Germany, I said or was the email, and it said, ‘You are not allowed to take this down. Penal Code 601 of the Twitter code,’ I said, ‘what is going on?”

What is going on indeed?

You can listen to the whole interview here via WABC77.

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