The Post Millenial is reporting that Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, is sending roughly 20,000 of his blankets, pillows, and Children’s Bible Pillows to those who were pounded by Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers, Fla. He’s even showing up himself to help hand them out.

I tweeted a handful of stores that canceled Lindell and his products to see what they were donating. Thus far, I’ve heard crickets.

FACT-O-RAMA! Numerous retail stores stopped carrying MyPillow products when Mike Lindell backed President Trump’s assertion that the 2020 election was stolen.

This isn’t Lindell’s first rodeo. He sent pillows to Kentucky tornado victims and Canadian trucker protestors in Ottawa last winter.

CURSE-O-RAMA! J.C. Penney’s has been in business for 120 years yet recently went into bankruptcy. Bed, Bath and Beyond is a financial dumpster fire as well. Maybe selling some of those dandy pillows wasn’t such a bad idea after all?

Lindell produced a documentary, “Absolute Proof,” in which he laid out how he believed Trump was cheated in the 2020 election. He followed it up with “Absolute Interference.”

Retail stores aren’t alone in their persecution of Lindell. The FBI recently trapped his car at a fast-food drive-thru and purloined his cell phone.

Related: ‘My Pillow’ Guy Mike Lindell Says He Was Swarmed by FBI in Hardee’s Drive-Thru

Court records show the Department of Justice (DOJ) has zeroed in on Lindell for an investigation. Lindell is suing the feds for violating his rights.

You can watch Lindell tell Steve Bannon about the pillows headed to Florida below:

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