Proud American entrepreneur and MyPillow inventor Mike Lindell says he is now working to turn the state of Minnesota from Blue to Red and wouldn’t rule out an eventual run for office, he told Sara Carter on “The Sara Carter Show” Friday.
Lindell, who operates his business from the state of Minnesota, criticized freshman Rep. Ilhan Omar for letting down the people of Minnesota.
“There’s things going on you don’t even see,” he said. “And I will tell you this, I’m going to do so much in Minnesota over the next year and a half, you won’t even see any blue.”
Lindell called the state “ground zero” under Omar’s leadership citing her targeting of many local companies.
“I just want the people to get to know the good things that are going on,” said Lindell. Moreover, he said he plans to hold rallies across the state to celebrate the Trump Administration’s booming economy.
When Carter asked if he would ever run for office, Lindell responded, “I always say, I’ve been asked that a million times and, you know what, if I prayed about it and God had me go that direction, I would do it in a heartbeat.”
It wasn’t always an easy road for Lindell. He fought and won his long battle with drug addiction. He is now working to ensure other addicts and their families have a place to turn to for recovery through The Lindell Recovery Network.
The website will allow former addicts to share their stories of recovery, locate faith-based support groups, and find jobs through a mentorship program.
Ultimately, Lindell said it’s “a story of hope, help, and mentorship, and it’s going to change this country.”
This is also consistent with Lindell’s championing of the pro-life movement. Earlier this year, Lindell produced the movie “Unplanned”, based on the true story of Abby Johnson, who worked at Planned Parenthood. She assisted in nearly 22,000 abortions, and ultimately abandoned the pro-choice movement she felt had been indoctrinated into her while in college. She is outspoken against abortion and joined the pro-life community. The film faced backlash from the left and pro-choice organizations who attempted to censor it. They were unsuccessful for the most part and the film was shown in theaters across the country.