Walmart Pulls MyPillow Products From Stores

The retailer’s decision is an estimated $10 million hit for owner Mike Lindell.

  • Walmart has canceled part of its relationship with Mike Lindell, pulling MyPillow products from their stores nationwide.
  • The nation’s largest retailer confirmed Thursday that they would no longer stock the bedding products, one day after Lindell himself announced the change.
  • “While we are no longer carrying them in stores, MyPillow products continue to be available on,” a company spokesperson said.
  • Lindell said during a Thursday interview on Steve Bannon’s podcast that the removal would be a “$10 million hit” to his company.
  • The MyPillow founder said Wednesday he was being dropped because of his continued claims of fraud during the 2020 presidential election.
  • “You guys are canceling us just like the other box stores,” Lindell said he told a Walmart executive. “Shame on you, Walmart. You’re disgusting.”
  • “They dropped MyPillow, and it really hurt my employees because they were our biggest distributor,” Lindell said. “They were by far and away number one.”
  • Lindell also reportedly offered to lower prices for the big box store, without a positive outcome.
  • Lindell was recently subpoenaed by the Jan 6 committee who hope to have access to his phone records for their Capitol Hill riot probe.
  • The businessman pushed back, suing the committee, calling the subpoena a “completely invalid” one: “I wasn’t there on January 6th and yes they did subpoena my phone records but we filed a complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief against the January 6th committee and Verizon to completely invalidate this corrupt subpoena,” Lindell said.