The MyPillow guy, Mike Lindell, is one of the most vociferous supporters of Donald Trump, almost half a year after the election he’s still promulgating the Big Lie that the election was stolen from his orange messiah.
After Lindell was banned from Twitter for spreading conspiracy theories about last year’s elections, he’s been trying to get his Twitter clone “Frank” off the ground.
On Monday he was duped by a prank caller pretending to be former President Trump while taking live calls during a telethon to raise money for his new social media site.
While Lindell was taking calls on his cell phone (who conducts a telethon on a cellphone?), the host of the event said she was speaking with the former president and said she would put him on the line.
When Lindell started speaking to who he thought was Trump, he looked as gleeful as a schoolgirl who’s just been invited backstage by a lecherous rock star. He exclaimed: “We have the president here, our real president everyone.”
The real president, Joe Biden, wasn’t on the line, and the former president, Donald Trump, wasn’t calling in to his rinky-dink telethon. The prankster, who was pretending to be Trump, cursed out the pillow entrepreneur.
As soon as Lindell realized it was a prank, he pulled his phone away and tried to take it off speakerphone and end the call. No doubt, Lindell was as disappointed as a horny idiot who climaxed after having phone sex with a phone sex operator only to discover that the operator was a man pretending to be a woman.
“You see what they’re doing. They’re attacking us”, he cried out in frustration. The “they” wasn’t an organized opposition to the shenanigans of a con artist pillow salesman; it was a prankster who humiliated him.
Lindell should stick to what he does best, selling pillows, and stop spreading conspiracy theories or trying to create a social media platform.