WATCH VIDEO MyPillow CEO Invests $1M in Anti-Abortion Film

    Michael Lindell, the tycoon innovator and CEO of MyPillow, has put $1 million into another film from the producers of "God's Not Dead," and says he intends to spend a greater amount of his assessed $300 million fortune on ventures that fit his traditionalist message. 


    "I don't get into things for the cash; I get into them if the message is correct," Lindell, a supporter of President Donald Trump who is perceived through his infomercials and his promoting on Fox News, revealed to The Hollywood Reporter. 

    Lindell has put $1 million into the film "Spontaneous," which censures Planned Parenthood. He's likewise got an appearance in the film, where he is appeared as one of the organization's centers to account for the home of an enemy of premature birth gathering. 

    Lindell likewise helped store a Christian satire, "Church People," which stars Stephen Baldwin and is in after creation. He has an appearance in that motion picture, yet said it was troublesome as he has a "soul of dishonor so I needed to get over my timidity." 

    The MyPillow head honcho experienced harsh criticism subsequent to declining to pull his publicizing from Fox News' "The Ingraham Angle" after host Laura Ingraham offended an overcomer of the Parkland, Fla. shootings. 

    Lindell, a previous cocaine and liquor someone who is addicted, remained close Trump a month ago when the president marked a bill focusing on narcotic enslavement. 
    "I met Donald Trump before he was president and I didn't know a thing about legislative issues," said Lindell, who is planning for a motion picture dependent on his own biography. "I left his office thinking there was no better man in this world that I might want to be my leader."

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