The powers that be who want to control what you are able to hear, and who is able to speak, on the Internet have struck again.
They again took aim at MyPillow CEO and friend of Donald Trump, Mike Lindell, by removing his Vimeo account, The Daily Beast reported.
“This is worse than what Twitter did to me and my company!” he said in a phone interview with The Daily Beast on Wednesday. “This affects my business, the Lindell Recovery Network, and the entrepreneurs who I work with.”
Lindell also sent The Daily Beast a screenshot of what he said was an email he and his team received from Vimeo on Wednesday at 12:36 p.m. ET, and it reads, “Your account was terminated for violating Vimeo’s Terms of Service…and Community Guidelines. We do not allow accounts that upload content created by or mainly featuring a banned user. As the purpose of your account is to promote content from a banned user, it has been removed. We wish you the best of luck in finding a hosting platform better suited to your needs.”
Lindell has been a key financial backer and advocate for pro-Trump efforts to overturn President Joe Biden’s victory in the 2020 presidential election. In the time since Biden’s inauguration, he has stayed in touch with Trump and has also been embroiled in a legal fight with Dominion Voting Systems.
After the story was published, Vimeo sent a statement to The Daily Beast regarding the action it had taken.
“Vimeo strives to enforce policies objectively and consistently across our platform. The account in question is currently suspended and pending review from our Trust & Safety team. In the event we determine that the account has uploaded content that violates our terms, we will take appropriate action including content removal and, potentially, account termination,” it said.
The powers that be are frightened of Lindell, and they should be. This week the Left’s biggest nightmare, who appropriately made a fortune by helping people to sleep better, My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell, held his first-ever rally to continue with the kick-off of his free speech social media platform, “FRANK” at FrankSpeech.com.
The LIVE rally was watched by over 250,000 viewers on FrankSpeech.com The live event was also broadcast by Right Side Broadcasting (RSB) and OANN.
The dishonest media, who fears Mike Lindell almost as much as the Democrats fear his truth, mocked him for low attendance at his first-ever rally at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, SD.
Brannon Howse, a familiar face on “Frank Speech, organized and produced the event.
In addition to private security for Mike, who’s been under constant threat since he began his fight to expose voter fraud, Mitchell, SD Police provided security for rally-goers at the free speech event.
With literally no advertising, Howse estimated that last night’s event drew an astounding 2,500 supporters.
Lines of American patriots wrapped around the building to show their support for one man who valiantly continues his fight to expose voter fraud in the November 2020 election in the face of abject evil.
Inside, the stadium was filled with people who traveled from N. Carolina, Texas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Tennessee, and from all across the great state of North Dakota for the chance to see Mike Lindell live.
The amazing Mike Lindell, who went from crack addict to CEO of the wildly successful My Pillow company, shared his life story with supporters who all got a free, signed copy of his “What Are The Odds” autobiography and if they chose to wait in line, a photo standing next to their hero.
In addition to the very talented conservative comedian and radio talk show host Joe Piscopo and author Eric Metaxas, Dr. Ben Carson joined Mike’s free speech rally by Skype.
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