MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell says Walmart is the latest retailer to remove his product from its store shelves.
During a live stream with Diamond and Silk on Thursday, Lindell said Walmart claims that ratings for MyPillow are too low to keep it in the stores.
Lindell said he previously spoke with a Walmart representative and suggested lowering the price of his pillows. He said a week later, the representative finally got back to him and said the company was going to “drop MyPillow.”
“I said, ‘why are you canceling MyPillow?’ and you know what he said? ‘MyPillow does not have a four-star rating. They are 3.8,'” Lindell recalled.
He said the retailer supposedly launched a new rating system several years ago.
Lindell noted that sales for his product have been at an all-time high this year.
“I said, ‘you’re a liar, you’re canceling MyPillow. You should be ashamed of yourself and you’re going to be all over the news and you guys made your bed. I will never go back to Walmart again.'”
During the interview, Lindell briefly mentioned the 2020 presidential election as a cause for his product to be pulled.
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