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Mike Lindell

Mike Lindell- Biography

Mike Lindell, also known as Michael James Lindell, is an American businessman best known as the creator and CEO of My Pillow, a mattress manufacturing company. He is also a philanthropist who established the Lindell Foundation to combat drug addiction. He is currently attending a three-day “cyber symposium” and abruptly fled the stage after learning that the $1 billion lawsuits filed against him had been put forward.

What is the Net Worth of Mike Lindell? Salary, Earnings

Lindell is a successful businessman who relies heavily on his earnings from his company. As of 2021, his net worth is estimated to be over $2 million.

Mike Lindell- Birth, Age, Ethnicity, Siblings, Education

Mike was born on June 28, 1961, in Mankato, Minnesota, United States. He grew raised in various towns such as Chaska, Carver, and Mankato. Mike is an evangelical Christian who is white and Caucasian in ethnicity. He hasn’t revealed anything about his parents or family history, and he doesn’t appear to have any siblings.

Mike is known to have completed his high school education at a local high school in Minnesota before enrolling in college at the University of Minnesota. He did not, however, complete his college degree and dropped out after only a few months. In 2019, he was awarded an honorary Doctor of Business from Liberty University for his expertise as an entrepreneur.

Quick Facts

Real Name Michael James Lindell
Birth Date 28 June 1961
Age (as of 2022) 60 Years
Birth Place Mankato, Minnesota, United States
Nationality American
Profession Businessman
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Cancer

Mike Lindell- Relationship, Married Life

Mike is currently a divorced single man who has been married twice in his life. He previously married his first wife, Karen Dickey, and was married to her for about 20 years. The couple also had four children before divorcing. He then married Dallas Yocum in 2013, but they split the following year. He was recently believed to be dating actress Jane Krakowski since 2019, however, none of the reports were proven.

Mike is known to have spent his adolescence under the influence of gambling, and in his twenties, he became highly addicted to drugs such as cocaine, which ultimately led to his downfall, including the accumulation of gambling debts, the loss of his businesses, and his home, and the filing of a divorce petition by his wife. In 2009, he woke up and resolved to help those who were struggling with addiction.

Philanthropy

Mike is a well-known philanthropist who has given to organizations such as the Salvation Army and Union Gospel Mission. He also established his own nonprofit, the Lindell Foundation, to assist people in overcoming and combating drug addiction.

Mike Lindell’s Professional Career

Mike began his career in the 1980s by opening modest enterprises such as carpet cleaning, lunch trailers, and restaurants. Years later, in 2004, he founded “My Pillow,” a manufacturing company for bedding, slippers, and other items. For a time, he handled the company well and ranked it as the best in the industry. However, the Better Business Bureau graded the company F in 2017 due to a significant amount of customer complaints. In 2018, he became extremely involved in politics and began speaking at Trump rallies. The next year, he worked with Trump on opioid addiction issues and attended Republican Party gatherings.

By 2020, he had been named campaign chair of Trump’s re-election campaign. Mike’s son recently took over as the Company’s Chief Operating Officer in 2020, and he continued with his likely future political intentions. As of 2021, the firm is in a bad position and is losing a significant portion of its customer and retailer base, which is attributed to a lack of market research and a lack of focus on client demand. He is also a published author, having self-published What Are the Odds? from Crack Addict to CEO on his addiction recovery.

In April of this year, he also created a social media political commentary site named “Frank,” but the debut was plagued by technical difficulties. The purpose of the site was to spread conspiracy theories about the 2020 presidential election. He has declared his intention to run for Governor of Minnesota in 2022, and he has also attended the Republican Governors Association meeting.

Controversy

Mike was recently in the headlines for being named as one of the people who paid for Kenosha Shooter Kyle Rittenhouse’s bail, to which he responded by saying that he contributed the money to “The Fight Back Foundation Inc. to help fund election fraud litigation.” He also recently sparked a media frenzy when he claimed that the deadly plant extract Oleandrin might be used to treat Covid. Mike was previously involved in propagating conspiracy theories during the 2020 Presidential election and was closely involved in his efforts to alter the election results.

He was also a part of the rally that took place just before the Capitol attack. Mike was also involved in a defamation action with Sydney Powell and Rudy Giuliani about the Dominion Voting Systems, which he expected to be over by this year, but instead, the judge gave the matter the go-ahead to continue. He owes the parties involved in the case billions of dollars in damages.

Body Measurements: Height, Weight, Hair color

Height in feet inches – 5’ 10” – in Centimeters – 178 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 84 kg  –  in Pounds –  184 lbs
Shoe Size 11 (U.S.)
Hair Color Brown
Eye Color Blue
Body Type Average

Social Media Details

Mike presently has 202k followers on Instagram and 54k followers on his Facebook Page. He has not been seen on any other platforms.

Trivia

  • The foundation Frank was supposed to be named Vocl at first.
  • He filed a libel suit against the Daily Mail after they revealed his supposed relationship with Jane Krakowski.
  • He is a big fan of Donald Trump and attended his inauguration in 2016 when he also gave him a handmade pin.
  • In 2021, his Twitter account was permanently blocked for propagating the notion that Trump won the 2020 elections.
  • His political movements and beliefs are frequently mocked on American talk shows such as Jimmy Kimmel Live and Saturday Night Live.

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