MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell said in an interview published Wednesday that he plans to launch a social media site called Vocl that he described as a cross between YouTube and Twitter.
“It’s not like anything you’ve ever seen,” he said. “It’s all about being able to be vocal again and not to be walking on eggshells.”
The MyPillow CEO, who was barred from Twitter this year after spreading unfounded claims about widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election, said he’s worked on Vocl for four years and plans to be the CEO. He predicted it would launch at the latest in three weeks.
Lindell told Business Insider that he didn’t have any potential investors but about 10 people were working on Vocl. He declined to name any of those people “for their safety.” He also declined to identify the location of Vocl’s headquarters in the U.S. and reveal how much he invested.
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SOURCE: The Hill, Justine Coleman