MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell to donate thousands of pillows to Canadian truckers: ‘Don’t give up!’

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Saturday vowed to donate thousands of pillows to Canadian truckers protesting cross-border Covid-19 vaccine mandates.

“All of our employees are busy making pillows right now for the truckers in Canada,” Lindell told RSBN’s Brian Glenn at a “Save WI, Save America” event.

The Candian freedom convoy began on Parliament Hill in Ottawa as thousands of Canadians gathered to protest cross-border vaccine mandates in January. Many truckers have continued to protest into February.

“What brave truckers just going around the world now. It’s amazing,” Lindell added, praising the countless protests taking place globally. “I encourage all the truckers – don’t give up!”

Recently, the Canadian province of Alberta announced an end to its Covid-19 restrictions, including vaccine passports, handing a victory to the truck drivers.

Multiple countries, like France and Australia, have followed Canadian truckers’ lead in organizing freedom convoys to demand that government leaders halt vaccine requirements.

Truckers in the United States are also set to initiate their own convoy, starting in California and ending in Washington D.C.

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