Mike Lindell Launches MyStore To Compete With Amazon

(PresidentialWire.com)- MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is on a roll lately, not only launching several new documentaries documenting election fraud and misconduct in the 2020 presidential race but also in developing a brand new social media website…and now, an alternative to Amazon!

After the popular Republican businessman was booted by mainstream retailers, whose MyPillow product is widely advertised on conservative shows and the Fox News network, he decided to establish a “MyStore” platform that’s intended to become an alternative to the online retail giant Amazon.

Speaking to former adviser to Donald Trump, Steve Bannon, Lindell said business owners and inventors often don’t know how to market their products, but that his website might help them.

“For years entrepreneurs and inventors have come to me with products and ideas,” he told Bannon’s “War Room” podcast.

“They don’t know how to market them, and I haven’t had time to show them,” he said. “I am going to put vetted products from great entrepreneurs on here, like you see a sampling of them here today, that are going to change this country,” he added.

Lindell said that MyStore will finally allow those products to reach the public, with “hundreds” of items being added to the store very soon.

He described who the platform would soon also provide a link for people who intend to sell their products which are “ready for market,” making this more than just an alternative to Amazon but an opportunity for small business owners to get their product in front of the eyes of interested consumers.

A similar service to “MyStore” already exists o the popular MyPillow website, with 81 products available including freedom-themed items and conservative merchandise.

Lindell is often criticized by left-wing activists for his staunch support of former President Donald Trump and his work attempting to prove that fraud and misconduct cost Trump the last election.

In recent months, the conservative firebrand has been banned from social media platforms like Twitter, his product has been dropped by mainstream retailers, and he has been accused of peddling “conspiracy theories.”

But then again…who isn’t these days?