The MyPillow Guy, explained by someone who read his memoir - 2020-08-19

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F0.png The MyPillow Guy, explained by someone who read his memoir August 19, 2020, Meredith Haggerty, Vox

If you are familiar with Mike Lindell, you almost definitely know him as "the MyPillow guy." That could mean you've seen his commercials late at night on cable stations that only play sitcom reruns, hawking "the most comfortable pillow you'll ever own." It could also mean you've seen headlines like "MyPillow CEO tells Americans to pray and read the Bible during appearance at White House coronavirus briefing" and "Trump 'enthusiastic' over unproven coronavirus therapeutic, MyPillow creator says."

Perhaps stories like these have created for you more questions.

Who is the MyPillow guy? Why is he buddies with the president? Why has he taken such an active role in the White House's coronavirus messaging? What is oleandrin, the supposed coronavirus cure he's boosting? Why is he hugging that pillow so tight?

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Meredith Haggerty | title = The MyPillow Guy, explained by someone who read his memoir | url = https://www.vox.com/the-goods/2020/8/19/21375208/mypillow-oleandrin-mike-lindell-trump-corona | work = Vox | date = August 19, 2020 | accessdate = August 25, 2020 }}