Mike Lindell suspended from Twitter on the SAME day he rejoined

by Summer Lane

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Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow and a fearless advocate for election reform in the U.S., announced on Sunday that he had rejoined the social media platform Twitter after being permanently suspended in 2021.

Unfortunately, just hours after Lindell rejoined the site, his account was suspended again.

This is not the first time Lindell has been the victim of censorship. After the 2020 presidential election, Lindell began advocating for election reform in the United States. As a result, many “big box” corporate stores dropped Lindell’s MyPillow products from their stores in an attempt to “cancel” him.

Lindell’s account was suspended just hours after he rejoined Twitter

In April, Lindell revealed in an interview with RSBN’s Brian Glenn that an additional 12 television stations had canceled him. “…The commercial can only say MyPillow,” he said. “I cannot personally be in them.”

Lindell’s return to Twitter on Sunday was an exciting prospect for many conservatives on the social media platform. Many users have seen a slightly more tolerant policy toward conservative information on the site ahead of its sale to Elon Musk, the billionaire CEO of Tesla and SpaceX.

However, the deal is not yet finalized, which means it could potentially be months before Musk takes control of Twitter and takes it private. Until then, it appears that great conservative voices like Mike Lindell will continue to be banned and suspended from the platform.

Lindell has been an unstoppable force in fighting for election integrity over the past two years and recently announced his effort to remove digital voting machines from the election process on a state-by-state, county-by-county basis.

In April, a historic preliminary injunction was filed in Arizona to eliminate the voting machines.

“The next one I’m gonna announce here is South Dakota, everybody,” Lindell said during a Sunday interview with RSBN. Lindell also said Americans could expect injunctions to be filed in Alabama, Louisiana, Colorado, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio.

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