Conservative MyPillow CEO Blasts Ilhan Omar, Hints at Running for Her Seat
Pro-Trump Minnesota entrepreneur Mike Lindell says he's open to potential political run
The conservative CEO of My Pillow has told Sara Carter he’s open to a potential political run, hinting that he may be considering running for radical Democrat Ilhan Omar's seat in Congress.
Minnesota based pro-Trump entrepreneur Mike Lindell blasted Rep. Omar (D-MN) during the interview with Carter, airing concerns for her constituents.
Lindell is already talking like a potential political candidate and says he plans to hold “many” rallies across the state.
He says he aims to bypass the media and speak directly to Minnesota residents to begin “educating them on the good things we’re doing” for the economy.
A recently unearthed video of Ilhan Omar caused outrage this week as it shows her telling Al Jazeera in 2018 that Americans should fear “white men” more than terrorist Jihadis.
While best known from the commercials for the popular MyPillow, entrepreneur Mike Lindell is also an outspoken conservative Christian, according to LifeSiteNews.
During a recent interview with journalist Sara Carter, Lindell said the “horrific” political aims of Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minnesota, made the Gopher State “ground zero” for America’s political future.
One of the things he specifically criticized her for was promoting and participating in protests of local businesses such as an Amazon warehouse in the Minneapolis suburbs.
“I hate to say it, but I have to agree with Amazon, with what they were trying to get them to do,” he said.
A Muslim congresswoman with doctrinaire left-wing stances on abortion and gender, Omar is controversial beyond her home state primarily for her history of anti-Semitic and anti-American statements, which have made her a focal point in the controversy over President Donald Trump and his supporters suggest she and a handful of other Democrat lawmakers leave the country.
“And I will tell you this, I’m going to do so much in Minnesota over the next year and a half, you won’t even see any blue,” Lindell promised.
“I just want the people to get to know the good things that are going on.”
Carter asked Lindell if he is considering a political career of his own.
“I’ve been asked that a million times,” he responded, “and you know what, if I prayed about it and God had me go that direction, I would do it in a heartbeat.”
He did not indicate any near-term plans to do so, however.
My Pillow advertises on numerous conservative radio shows, and Lindell has refused to submit to left-wing pressure campaigns to boycott figures such as Laura Ingraham.
He’s a supporter of President Trump and invested $1 million in the pro-life film Unplanned (Lindell also has a brief cameo in the movie about Abby Johnson’s true conversion story).