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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, who is an open Trump supporter, claims major retailers have dropped his products after accusing him of spreading baseless voter fraud conspiracies and claims that the election was rigged against Trump.
As a result of these claims, it has fueled a major backlash online and an "imminent" defamation lawsuit from Dominion Voting Systems against Lindell. According to a report from Forbes, Wayfair, Bed Bath & Beyond, Kohl's and H-E-B have all dropped MyPillow products, according to Lindell who told the Right Side Broadcasting Network's Brian Glenn Monday, and later confirming the news in an interview with Fox 9.
According to the report, Lindell stated: "I just got off the phone with Bed Bath & Beyond ... they're dropping MyPillow," he said, adding that "Kohl's, all these different places" are dropping the products because "they're scared." Lindell claims the retailers are bowing to pressure from "leftist groups" on social media, where his continued support of "election conspiracies" has ignited calls for retailers to drop the brand.
The church as a whole has become comfortable—too comfortable. All-night prayer meetings have been exchanged for all-night Netflix binges. Powerful worship services where the Spirit of God is moving have been turned into 60-minute programs designed to entertain rather than convict. Pastors are measuring success by "likes" and "followers" rather than Christlikeness and following Him. The church must reset.
If America has any hope of rediscovering its moral compass, it will begin with a revived church fearlessly proclaiming the truth in the power of the Spirit. And that will come at a price. This is a must-hear sermon for all God-fearing Americans.
As expected, quotes from Martin Luther King Jr. filled social media pages yesterday, the national holiday set aside to honor the slain civil rights leader and advocate of nonviolent resistance. But Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., took a different tack.
When U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement tweeted an image of a King statue, noting "Today we honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s message of hope, justice and equality," Cortez had the following brief response: "Abolish ICE."
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