Mike Lindell sends MyPillows to Canadian convoy truckers

  • Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, has pledged to send pillows to truckers at Canadian protests.
  • Protests by Canadian truckers over COVID-19 vaccination mandates have caused massive traffic jams on major trade routes.
  • The convoy has garnered support from the right, and some plan to stage similar protests in the United States.

Mike Lindell, the CEO of MyPillow, has pledged to send pillows to truckers in the convoy of Canadian truckers that blocked major thoroughfares across the Canada-US border.

“All of our employees are currently busy making pillows for truckers in Canada. We’ll try to get them through. I’m not going to say what day or you know there will be filibusters,” Lindell told the Right side broadcast network.

“We’re going to have these brave truckers, and it’s happening all over the world now. It’s amazing. We’re winning,” Lindell said of the “Freedom Convoy,” a group of truckers who blocked roads in Ottawa, the capital of Canada. since late January to protest the country’s COVID-19 vaccination mandates. He pointed Canadian provinces who withdrew their COVID warrants amid the protest.

The trucker blockade has exacerbated supply chain problems, including a shortage of fruits and vegetables at small grocery stores that import from the United States.

As American business groups called on the Canadian government to quickly resolve the protest, the trucking convoy garnered right-wing support in the United States. FoxNews applauded the protest led by truckers and Jesse Powell, CEO of crypto exchange Kraken, which is one of the thousands of donors supporting protesters.

“I encourage all truckers not to give up and say, ‘Okay, we’ll compromise halfway.’ No. We want all of our freedoms,” Lindell said.

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