The MyPillow guy tweeted his company's official Twitter account into a permanent ban


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MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has pulled a Trump, taking his company's official Twitter account down with him in an try and evade his current ban from the platform.

Lindell — a vocal supporter of the former president and his tiresome, damaging, baseless claims of widespread election fraud — was permanently suspended from Twitter last week for violating the civic integrity policy.

Following the ban, the verified company account for MyPillow posted a number of tweets within the first individual, apparently from Lindell, attacking Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and accusing him of being someway complicit in Trump's election loss.

"Jack Dorsey is making an attempt to cancel me (Mike Lindell) out!... Jack will probably be came upon and ought to be put in prison when all is revealed!"

On Monday evening, CNN journalist Donie O'Sullivan noted that the @mypillowusa account was suspended. 

A Twitter spokesperson confirmed to Mashable that the account "was completely suspended for violating our ban evasion policy."

The transfer echoes Trump's makes an attempt to evade his personal suspension on comparable grounds final month.

When Trump was banned permanently from Twitter  within the wake of the Capitol rebel, multiple Trumpworld accounts have been also completely suspended after clear makes an attempt to allow him to make use of them as proxies. Accounts affected included the official @TeamTrump campaign account and that of his digital director Gary Coby. 

Seems to be like MyPillow should promote each its merchandise and baseless conspiracy theories on Parler any more.