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How Mike Lindell Is Fighting Big Tech & Big Business

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell recently announced that he will be launching his free-speech platform “Frank” on April 20 to compete with Big Tech monopolies, like Twitter and Facebook. He made the announcement on Gab, another free speech site, and wrote that there’s a social media platform coming next week that is “like no other.” In the “coming soon” page of the site, he shares that the platform will not be filtered through the radical worldview of today’s liberal media. After being banned from Twitter himself, Lindell writes that the Frank site will protect the constitutional right of freedom of speech and freedom of expression.

“Frank, the voice of free speech, will be the platform for Americans who want to defend life, liberty, and all the freedoms that have marked America as the longest-running Constitutional Republic in the history of the world. On this platform you will find a home where you can post videos, Livestream television, distribute news and information, and find community and fellowship with like-minded Americans,” the site reads.

Lindell said the social media site will be run on his own servers and that users won’t have to worry about Amazon, YouTube, or Google, interfering with their voice of free speech. He gave people the option to sign up for early VIP access to the site by providing their telephone numbers or to wait until Monday for the “Frankathon” launch event.

In a video detailing some of the features of the site, Lindell shared his definition of free speech on the platform. He calls it “Frank Speech.”

“We went back to our Founding Fathers and stuff to find out what defines free speech. You don’t get to use the four swear words, you know, the C-word, the N-word, or God’s name in vain. Free speech is not pornography. Free speech isn’t, ‘I’m going to kill you,” Lindell said.

Lindell shared that he’s been working on the site for nearly four years. He’s invested millions of dollars into creating one of the most secure platforms out there and said that their network will be able to handle the capacity and keep it away from Big Tech.

After being canceled by numerous retailers for publicly supporting former President Donald Trump and talking about widespread voter fraud during the 2020 election, Lindell announced that he’s also starting his own online store. “MyStore” will compete with far-left monopolies like Amazon, owned by Jeff Bezos. Bezos, one of the wealthiest men in the world, owns Amazon as well as the far-left Washington Post, one of the main media outlets responsible for attacking conservatives and pro-American policies.

Lindell talked about the launch of “MyStore,” a patriotic e-commerce platform, on Steve Bannon’s “War Room: Pandemic” podcast. The site currently features 81 products including flags, coffee, pro-Trump books, and an “uncommon US flagpole,” but includes a label that there will be hundreds of products coming soon. MyStore also includes a form that entrepreneurs can fill out for their own “products ready to market.”

“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. We’re finally going to be able to see these products and be able to get these great entrepreneurs, out to you, the public,” Lindell said.

Lindell shares that he hopes Frank and MyStore will be the home to all Americans wanting to protect and preserve the constitutional right of freedom of speech, as well as the free enterprise system. If Big Tech and Big Business keep playing the power game, they’ll end up standing in their own way.

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