MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has mic muted at CPAC for spouting vaccine and election conspiracies
MyPillow’s outspoken Trump-supporting chief executive was censored during an interview at CPAC – an occasion branded “America Uncanceled” – after he embarked on conspiracy theories linking the coronavirus vaccine with the devil.
Mr Lindell said during the segment that was edited out by RSBN on their YouTube channel.
According to an unedited version which will still be accessed on the channel’s account on Rumble, Mr Lendell claimed that Israel has made it in order that without a vaccine, a person cannot shopping or get employment .
“Right now with the vaccine over there, they’re making the entire country take it so you can’t enter shopping malls, you wouldn’t be ready to get employment , and if this happens, it’s the beginning for the planet , the worst thing that would happen to the present world,” he said.
“I’m telling you with the vaccine… if you get a vaccine, which is just 95 per cent effective, they say, then they need you to undertake to to a special one in six months, six months,” he continued. “Well, I’m telling you once you get that, what does one care what somebody else does, if that person wants to return to a mall and that they don’t want to get a vaccine. This is our bodies, this is often ‘mark of the beast’ stuff.”
The phrase “mark of the beast” appears to reference a quasi-religious conspiracy theory that holds Covid vaccines to be the work of the devil which by getting it, a person is unwittingly pledging allegiance to Satan.
After he finished talking, Willis said: “We do need to be super careful. I hate to do it. You know i really like you but thanks to YouTube’s guidelines, we’ll get our whole platform pack up , if you mention vaccines.”
“Well, this is often beat Israel,” said Mr Lindell. “I know. We love you, we love you,” said Willis before moving on to subsequent topic.
MyPillow’s CEO has been a vocal supporter of fraud conspiracy theories floated by former president Donald Trump. Mr Lindell has also repeatedly claimed that the voting machines by the corporate Dominion Voting Systems allowed widespread fraud within the 2020 presidential elections and influenced the votes in favour of president Joe Biden.
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