MyPillow CEO: ‘Saving Minnows in California and Killing Babies in New York; Are You Kidding Me?’

By Craig Bannister | March 5, 2019 | 9:23am EST
MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell (Screenshot)

Condemning the liberal mindset that defends animal life more than human life, MyPillow CEO promised his Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) audience that “This is going to change.”

Speaking at the conference on Thursday, Lindell expressed disbelief at the misplaced values:

“I see a party saving minnows in California and killing babies in New York. Are you kidding me? Now, where is the common sense? One of the Ten Commandments is ‘Thou shall not kill.’

“Well, this is going to change.”

Lindell also explained how he was inspired to invest in a pro-life film, “Unplanned,” because of the important message it provides:

“Last summer, I was called by some movie producers who asked me to have a part in a movie called ‘Unplanned.’ It’s a true story about Abby Johnson, who was a director at Planned Parenthood and she quit after seeing what really goes on there, and seeing how children are getting murdered.

“After hearing this and knowing what a great message this movie would bring, I not only said I would be in it, but I would also help finance it.”

Watch the official trailer for "Unplanned" below.

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