According to the National Post, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell and a truckload of over 10,000 pillows were both refused entrance into Canada on Tuesday evening while attempting to join truckers protesting in Ottawa. Multiple reports have surfaced which revealed that over 10,000 pillows and Bibles were unable to enter Canada because the driver of the MyPillow truck carrying the Pillows was unvaccinated.
Lindell himself reportedly attempted to enter Canada but was turned around because he was unvaccinated. In an interview with the Daily Beast, Lindell jokingly told a reporter that he now plans to airdrop his pillows into Ottawa by using a helicopter. In order not to hurt anyone he plans to strap the pillows with little parachutes.
The Daily Beast who has been pumping out hit pieces on Mike for weeks took Mike’s word as the gospel and reported these details:
Mike Lindell Late Wednesday night stated that he intends to drop his pillows into Canada from a helicopter “with little parachutes” attached. “We need to get the MyPillows to the people!” he continued.
Lindell also noted in the report that the pillows will have “little parachutes,” adding, “make sure you put that part in, or it could be dangerous.” Asked where exactly he intended to drop the pillows, he said, “I can not give the location out, and it is no joke! I just confirmed with them [the helicopter company], and yes, this is the plan. We have the helicopter confirmed, but we are moving the time up to 11 am.”
After getting his Tuesday shipment of pillows denied entry into Canada for truckers, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says he now intends to airdrop the pillows via helicopter into the country utilizing "little parachutes." https://t.co/6D1P7oA9xT
— Zachary Petrizzo (@ZTPetrizzo) February 17, 2022
A Canadian senior government official stated Lindell, as well as an accompanied cameraman, were stopped on Tuesday night at the Port Huron-Sarnia border checkpoint on their way to Ottawa to offer “pillows and Bibles” to convoy protesters who had gathered at the border checkpoint.
The official would go on to say an unidentified My Pillow truck carrying “almost 10,000 pillows,” containing 1,000 “Bible pillows” intended for the drivers’ kids, was also stopped the same day as it attempted to enter the border over the International Bridge heading to Windsor, Ontario. Lindell was sent away, according to a senior government source, because he was not completely immunized and did not get a negative PCR test in his possession at the time of his departure.
BREAKING REPORT: My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell BANNED FROM ENTERING CANADA while attempting to Deliver Pillows to FREEDOM CONVOY truckers…
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According to the source, the truck was also refused entrance into Canada because the driver from the United States did not possess a valid pre-arrival PCR test.
Before announcing his support towards the Freedom Convoy Lindell found himself being cut from two of his banks. Minnesota Bank & Trust announced that it has ended its relationship with MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, less than a month after the financial institution characterized him as “reputational damage.”
Lindell received two letters from the bank on February 11 that were seen by an insider. Lindell’s accounts with the financial institution will be terminated by the end of the business on Feb 18, according to a letter from the bank to Lindell. Lindell is also facing a billion-dollar lawsuit from Dominion Voting Machine but that isn’t stopping him from giving to others.