In an interview on Tucker Carlson's Fox News program, pro-Trump MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell baselessly claimed that his business is being ruined by a coordinated attack of "hit groups" hired by election vendor Dominion Voting Systems.
"Dominion went on live TV and said they were going to go after Mike Lindell," said Lindell. "Well, they did. They hired hit groups and bots and trolls, went after all my vendors, all these box stores to cancel me out ... it's just a shame. If they can do it to me, Tucker, they can do it to anyone out there."
Lindell, one of the most dedicated Fox News advertisers, has been an enthusiastic proponent of election conspiracy theories. In the midst of the controversy, major chains like Bed Bath & Beyond and Kohls have stopped carrying MyPillow products. Lindell previously told Fox that this is due to "fake people."
Dominion has been a repeated target of attacks from pro-Trump figures, who have claimed with no evidence that their election machines flipped votes away from Republicans. The company is moving forward with a $1.3 billion defamation suit against Rudy Giuliani.