Michigan residents came together over the weekend to stand against the popular Michigan grocery chain Kroger after they decided to join together with other corporate bullies and stop carrying the popular My Pillow products. My Pillow CEO, Mike Lindell, has been battered by Democrat lawmakers, the Democrat Party mainstream media, big tech bullies who censor conservatives on social media, and at least 18 stores who’ve removed his products from their shelves and online stores over his refusal to back down on his assertion that the November election was stolen.
Phil O’Halloran, who helped to organize the event, stood with a large group of citizens in front of the Kroger store in Lake Orion, MI, holding signs to show their support for Mike Lindell and his right to free speech, calling Kroger a “Communist” company over their decision to drop the My Pillow line from their stores. The temperatures on Saturday were in the single digits, and with the wind chill factored in, temperatures were well below zero.
The protest was centered around our free speech rights in America that seem to be eroding, while at the same time, Democrats cheer the silencing of their opposition by large corporations and big tech bullies.
Many, like Michigan resident Cara McAlister, braved the frigid temperatures to show their support for patriot, and Trump supporter, Mike Lindell.
“Bring back My Pillow” was the message these ladies shared with Kroger customers.
Overall, O’Halloran said the protest was a huge success, as he felt they were able to educate a number of Kroger customers who were unaware of their decision to help ruin the My Pillow CEO for standing up for free and fair elections by effectively “canceling” his products from their stores. The group handed out flyers to customers that included an explanation of how Kroger is purchasing products from Communist China, while at the same time, they’re working to silence the owner of American made products. The flyer includes an email and mailing address for customers to contact Kroger and let them know how their customers feel about their decision.
Phil O’Halloran told us that at least one customer who was tasked with picking up a $300 deli order for his wife was stunned to hear about Kroger’s decision to remove the My Pillow brand from their stores. According to O’Halloran, the customer took the flyer back to his vehicle and called his wife. After their call, his wife called Kroger and canceled her order. She told her husband to buy their large order of deli products from another store.
O’Halloran is hoping that their protest in front of Kroger will inspire others to do the same and protest in front of stores across America that have removed the My Pillow brand from their inventory.
Here’s a photo of the flyer:
Why would any business in their right mind want to alienate customers by removing the American-made My Pillow products owned by the popular Mike Lindell?
My Pillow founder and CEO, Mike Lindell, a former crack addict and alcoholic, has become an example of courage and compassion for his fellow man since he made the decision to give up a lifestyle that most Americans could never imagine. Over a period of 16 years, Mike built an incredibly successful American-made business that all started with his signature pillow that received a patent in 2008. Since that time, Mike has added other highly popular, American made items to his inventory, including mattress toppers, sheets, and pillowcases. The life-long Minnesota man with a powerful can-do attitude is a true rags to riches story and a testament to the power of believing in someone higher than yourself. On February 18, 2017, Mike Lindell turned his life over to Jesus Christ and has never looked back. Since that time, he’s become a new man whose life has been filled with purpose and promise.
The photo below shows the hard-working Mike Lindell sewing his signature My Pillow when his company was just starting to take off. The image is from Mike’s incredible autobiography, “What Are The Odds,” and is available for purchase, along with all of his extraordinary products at MyPillow.com.
On August 15, 2016, Mike Lindell met with then-candidate Donald J. Trump to discuss his successful American-made business. Lindell, who admits he knew nothing about politics before he met with the future president, immediately formed a bond with President Trump, who, like Mr. Lindell, has an uncanny ability to connect with everyone, regardless of their socio-economic status.
Since his meeting with Trump, Lindell has been a steadfast supporter of President Trump. Lindell was greeted with massive cheers by Minnesota residents when he spoke at a Minneapolis rally for Trump in October 2019, calling Trump the “hardest worker in the country.” Lindell also accepted the role of Minnesota Chair for the Trump campaign, where he worked incredibly hard to turn the blue state red.
Like the rest of America, Lindell was shocked to see the massive Trump lead in critical swing states take a sharp turn early in the morning, the day after the election. Hundreds of GOP poll challengers in Michigan submitted sworn affidavits attesting to voter fraud or voter irregularities they witnessed, which included a Dominion voting machine contract employee who claims she witnessed massive fraud at the TCF Center in Detroit and footage that showed Atlanta election workers pulling suitcases from under tables and moving them to the vote tabulators after sending election workers home because of a “water main break” at the State Farm Arena. Thanks to The Gateway Pundit, and their superior investigative work, they were able to determine that the so-called “water main break” never happened. Instead, workers were cleared from the facility where absentee ballots were being counted over a “leaky urinal.”
Another video clearly showed a GOP poll challenger being refused entry at a Pennsylvania precinct where absentee ballots were being counted. Photos emerged of GOP poll workers being forced to use binoculars to view absentee ballots being counted at tables in Philadelphia.
A forensic audit of a Dominion machine was performed in Antrim Co., Michigan after it was discovered that 6,000 votes were flipped from Trump to Biden. The Allied Security Operations Group, who conducted the forensic audit, concluded that the Dominion Voting machines were assigned a 68.05% error rate. Constitutional Attorney Matthew DePerno explained that when ballots are put through the machine, a whopping 68.05% error rate means that 68.05% of the ballots are sent for bulk adjudication, which means they collect the ballots in a folder. “The ballots are sent somewhere where people in another location can change the vote,” DePerno explained. The allowable election error rate established by the Federal Election Commission guidelines is 1 in 250,000 ballots or .0008%.
DePerno told us that the report shows “internet and adjudication files were wiped clean on Nov. 4th,” adding, “They destroyed election results!—They destroyed election results in a violation of state law.” He told us, “They were required to keep these records for two years after the election, and they deleted them!”
“We can’t assign motive to that, but we can speculate.”
Dominion jumped into action and threatened anyone who suggested their machines affected the outcome of the election and even threatened to sue some individuals who never mentioned Dominion but had ties to those who did. Mike Lindell, a fearless warrior for truth, decided to bravely fight back and expose what he calls “massive voter fraud” in the November election. Lindell spoke out on social media about the need to investigate voter irregularities and fraud and was almost immediately banned by anti-First Amendment cowards on the Twitter censorship team who removed his personal account. Twitter took it a step further and removed the My Pillow account as well. Large corporations that sold My Pillow joined the big tech bullies and pulled Mike’s My Pillow brand from their shelves and online stores.
companies corporate bullies joined big tech in their decision to punish Mike Lindell for daring to speak openly about his belief that massive voter fraud changed the outcome of the November election. So far, 18 stores have stopped carrying Mike’s My Pillow brand. Here’s the list: Kohl’s, Bed Bath & Beyond, JC Penney, Wayfair, Kroger, The Shopping Channel, Dollar General, ShopHQ, Mattress Firm, Chewy.com, Fingerhut, BJ’s, H-E-B, Coborn’s Affirm, Kinney Drugs, Colony Brands, and Bluestem.
The pushback against these companies was bound to happen…we salute Phil O’Halloran and his large group of patriots for taking the first step and hope this movement to give those corporations a dose of their own medicine will make them think twice about canceling the free speech of fellow Americans they don’t agree with, like Christian conservative, Mike Lindell.
Dominion has threatened Mike Lindell with a lawsuit for speaking out about voter fraud, yet his commitment to exposing the truth remains unshaken. His Absolute Proof documentary on voter fraud can be found on his website by clicking HERE.