If you’ve watched more than a half-hour of cable TV in recent years, you’ve seen Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, hawking his poorly-made, ridiculously priced pillows and mattress toppers, none of which are worth a damn.
Lindell is also known as being one of the most deranged Donald Trump supporters on the face of the planet, even though the pillow man claims to be a born-again Christian and no real Christian would ever support someone as immoral and downright evil as the failed, one-term former president.
Recently, Lindell made appearances on internet talk shows to trumpet his latest prediction that Trump will be magically reinstated as head of state on August 13, even though Lindell has made previous predictions of dates for Trump’s “reinstatement” that never panned out:
But it was what Lindell said during an interview with former White House adviser Steve Bannon that proved the MyPillow guy has clearly been smoking whatever those pillows are made of, telling Bannon that reports the Biden administration is planning to send people door-to-door to dispel myths about the COVID-19 vaccine in the hope of getting more Americans vaccinated.
That plan, Lindell insisted, is a horrible thing:
And then Lindell went full Bible-thumper and added:
The Mark of the Beast, huh? Problem is, the Bible clearly states the “mark of the beast” will be on the forehead or the hand, not on the arm where a vaccine is administered. But, hey, since when are pretend Christians right about anything in the book they claim is the foundation of their religion?
Sorry, Mike, but your god is Donald Trump, and if he’s not “the Beast,” then there’s no such thing and your “faith” is just as bogus as you are.