MyPillow Guy Says He’ll Have 1 Billion Users On “Frank”
The new social media platform war is heating up big time. Mike Lindell, whose wacky, false conspiracy theories about the 2020 election have cause scores of retailers to drop his bedding products, earned him a billion-dollar defamation lawsuit and even gotten him banned from Fox News, claims that his new social media outlet “Frank” will be able to host “a billion” users.
The MyPillow guy also announced on Steve Bannon’s podcast that he has purchased his own servers to ensure that major technology companies such as Amazon, Apple and Google would not be able knock Frank offline.
“None of these guys are going to be able to take this down. We’re gonna all come over there. All the influencers … all these people that can’t say on their podcasts the word ‘Dominion,’ or they can’t say ‘vaccine, a vaccine is bad for you.’
“They are going to be able to speak out and speak freely and it’s going to be amazing,” he added. “The voices of hundreds of millions of people are going to be heard. It is going to be the most safest, securest and able to handle a hundred, two hundred, a billion people.”
Lindell told Bannon he expects Frank to be a smashing success. He recently revealed that anyone who signs up for Frank automatically will be forced to follow Lindell’s own personal set of influencers.
Until last week Lindell had said his new venture would be known as “Vocl.” But he announced the name change to Frank and posted a static web page advertising the new platform. He also said he will launch the new app sometime during the first 10 days of April.