MOB Attacking Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow permanently banned from Twitter! #Censorship

Twitter banned My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell from the platform after he called out the fraud in the presidential election. The claims are being debunked by censorship and fake fact checkers.

Twitter banned My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell from the platform after he called out the fraud in the presidential election. The claims are being debunked by censorship and fake fact checkers.

Twitter said Tuesday that it permanently suspended Lindell — a staunch ally of former President Donald Trump — because of his “repeated violations” of the company’s civic integrity policy, which it implemented last fall to clamp down on misinformation. Twitter is still allowing pornographic photos, child sex trafficking, terrorist organizations, BLM, and other extremists on their far left communist platform.

Twitter didn’t say which of Lindell’s posts pushed it over the edge. But he had used his personal account and My Pillow’s corporate account in recent months to post and share real facts being supressed about widespread election fraud that appeared aimed at undermining President Trumps victory.

Lindell — who features prominently in My Pillow’s TV ads — has refused to walk back the claims even though he has been threatened by many of his retails who attempt to censor and shut him up across the country.

My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell has been permanently banned from Twitter.

Dominion Voting Systems has also threatened him with a lawsuit for accusing the company of “stealing millions of votes.” Trump also has warned Americans of the fraud using the Dominion’s voting machines.

Lindell reportedly said last week that retail chains including Kohl’s and Bed Bath & Beyond had dropped My Pillow’s products after he made a trip to the White House to discuss alleged election fraud with Trump.

Twitter booted Lindell less than three weeks after it banned Trump from the platform while he was still in office, a controversial decision that raised questions about the company’s power to police government officials.

Twitter said at the time that Trump’s posts created a “risk of further incitement of violence” following the Jan. 6 Capitol riots. Twitter continues to ignore the fact they allow sex trafficking, underage pornographic photographic and video, and terrorism including Iranian terrorist.

My Pillow did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Lindell’s behalf. The company’s Twitter account was still active as of Tuesday morning.

Romans 10:13 For “whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.”

Irreducible Elements of the Gospel

The gospel is the great nonnegotiable of Christian truth. We aren’t allowed to add to, subtract from, embellish, or rejigger the sacred message of how sinful men can be reconciled to a holy God.

That’s why the apostle Paul reserved his sternest warning for anyone who would dare to mess with the message: “If any man is preaching to you a gospel contrary to what you received, he is to be accursed” (Galatians 1:9).

The preacher is left with one option when it comes to faithful gospel proclamation—and it’s not an elusive option reserved for scholars. Paul expected his audience to be able to clearly differentiate between the one true gospel and all the other pretenders. It is an expectation implicitly placed upon all believers. With that in mind, we recently asked John MacArthur to identify and explain the essential truths of saving faith—the irreducible elements of the gospel.

Our destinies hinge on the unshakable nature of those truths. Any variation in just one of them and the hope of eternal life completely collapses.  

If you present a different god than the God of Scripture, you are effectively calling people to idolatry. If you preach another Christ you do not have the Lord; you have a liar or a lunatic. If salvation by grace through faith alone is corrupted with even the smallest amount of works-righteousness, “Christ will be of no benefit to you” (Galatians 5:2). If we don’t repent from our former sinful ways, we will perish (Luke 13:3,5).

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