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Mike Lindell’s Social Platform To Force Users To Follow His Chosen Influencers

Mike Lindell says he’s bringing the world a new social media platform, after he’s joined Donald Trump and others in being kicked off mainstream platforms for spreading false conspiracy theories about the 2020 election. Now he’s telling the public what they can expect from his site.

WASHINGTON, DC – JANUARY 15: MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell waits outside the West Wing of the White House before entering on January 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Speaking on the Eric Mataxas Radio Show, Lindell explained why he feels his proposed platform will be great for conservative influencers, especially those who have been kicked off other sites for Terms of Service violations. In the clip below, via Right Wing Watch, he declares that when someone like Mataxas joins the site, it’s “reverse engineered” to force every user to automatically follow him.

“When the influencers come over, they will now have a platform where all the people down here will follow them instantly…someone such as yourself, Eric, you will have millions right away, because they need to see your show.”

He also says that anyone kicked off YouTube will instantly get “a bonus,” because they’re not worried about what “Mr. Alphabet and Mr. Google” say.

He also assures Mataxas that “Dorky” and “Sockabock” (perhaps meaning Jack Dorsey of Twitter, and Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook?), also identified as “all these people that try and control us,” are all going to prison. “They’re all going to prison, I’m telling ya, by the time this is done.”

Lindell may be a bit busy for all this “reverse engineering” he’s promising, however — he’s currently facing a lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems for spreading false claims about vote-switching and election fraud.

He could also face stiff competition, as former President Donald Trump also claims he’ll be launching a new social media site in coming months.



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