Trump-loving MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell may soon be on the hook for more than $1 billion thanks to a defamation lawsuit filed by Dominion Voting Systems -- but that's not stopping him from trying to take on one of the world's most powerful tech companies.
During an appearance on Steve Bannon's "War Room: Pandemic" show, Lindell revealed that he's creating a website called "MyStore" that he described as "a rival to Amazon."
Being a legitimate competitor with Amazon doesn't just involve setting up a website, of course, as Amazon has spent decades investing in building out its warehouse and shipping infrastructure to become the most used e-commerce platform in the United States.
To say that Lindell's ambitions to take on Amazon elicited skepticism would be an understatement, as Twitter users openly laughed at him for his belief that he can dethrone Jeff Bezos.
Check out some reactions below.
@patriottakes He's also starting MyRocket to compete with SpaceX— PoppaBear (@PoppaBear)1618240921.0
@patriottakes He's about to learn that Amazon has been able to negotiate some major discounts from carriers in orde… https://t.co/kd5lavZQya— Tim Wilson (@Tim Wilson)1618242045.0
@Regan0002112 @patriottakes MikeSpace?— Rodger Dodger (@Rodger Dodger)1618242825.0
@patriottakes to sell Confederate Flags, expired Trump Steaks, copies of THE TURNER DIARIES, and the Gina Carano-Ben Shapiro movie?— Evil Larry (@Evil Larry)1618243651.0
@patriottakes What happened to his social media platform? Did he realize that was hard? Or did he forget?— Accelerationista (@Accelerationista)1618242025.0
@patriottakes Oh lovely. Something else Dominion can bankrupt.— Giancarlo 🏳️🌈🇪🇸🌈 (@Giancarlo 🏳️🌈🇪🇸🌈)1618240931.0
@wlmynk @patriottakes Dominion wins lawsuit, owns MyStore.— Dems are People too 🌊 (@Dems are People too 🌊)1618244178.0
@patriottakes Wow, great idea. Amazon is all cyber anyway, it's not like they have invested billions into infrastru… https://t.co/eOwKUd7QKg— Jimmy- WEAR A MASK (@Jimmy- WEAR A MASK)1618243845.0