Mike Lindell’s Supreme Court Case on March 15

Mike Lindell's Supreme Court Case on March 15

As voters prepare for the most important election in November, Illinois Review welcomed MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell on Tuesday night.

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Mike Lindell’s Supreme Court Case on March 15

Mike Lindell, an advocate for election integrity, spoke to a full ballroom in Bolingbrook about his latest initiative.

Lindell is on a national tour to promote his Election Crime Bureau, which he has mostly funded himself.

He also provides free tools and resources to local activists to safeguard elections in towns and cities nationwide. Tuesday’s event raised $50,000 for the Lindell Offense Fund.

In addition, Lindell occupied the audience with past recollections of his trips to the Oval Office and the White House, including the occasion when he stood a few feet behind President Trump and addressed more than 200 million people from the White House Rose Garden.

On Wednesday, Election integrity advocate Mike Lindell told Illinois Review in an exclusive interview that he planned to hand-deliver a case to the U.S. Supreme Court on March 15 in Washington, DC, claiming it will “secure our election platforms and save our country.”


Lindell shared a short video of him speaking about March 15 on platform X, previously known as Twitter. Lindell seemed excited to approach the Supreme Court and highlighted that he would only stop once he secured the election.

While on a three-day tour in Illinois, Lindell makes headlines with his statement, “After three years of hard work, we are finally taking our case to the U.S. Supreme Court. We will not stop until we secure our elections.”

Lindell asserts that he is convinced the court will rule in favor of his case, which he is presenting to the court. He vowed that the case would not disappoint. He also added that the filing includes submitting “explosive evidence.”

The American pillow manufacturer My Pillow, Inc., headquartered in Chaska, Minnesota, goes by MyPillow. Mike Lindell created and patented the open-cell, poly-foam pillow design known as My Pillow and launched the business in 2009.

The CEO of MyPillow is still a target for progressive liberals. Over the past few years, the company has been facing a downfall with a loss of over $100 million in sales.

MyPillow products are being removed from store shelves by Kohl’s, Walmart, and Bed Bath & Beyond in protest of Lindell’s initiatives to uphold election integrity and his ongoing support of President Donald Trump.

Still facing criticism and loss back-to-back, Mike Lindell is firm in his stance.

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