MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been building quite a name for himself amongst many on the right…and on the left, over the last few months.

The successful businessman took it upon himself to fund an investigation into the voter fraud accusations that were made public by former President Donald Trump, and the left absolutely hated him for it, attempting to cancel him at every turn.

Big businesses like Kroger and Bed, Bath & Beyond ended their contracts with MyPillow, costing Lindell around $68 million in lost revenue.

However, he remains determined in his fight for free speech and against voter fraud, so much so that he held his own rally to celebrate the launch of his free speech website ‘FRANK.’

To be Frank… is a new platform launched by MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, as an alternate social media site to the likes of Facebook and Twitter, where free speech will be valued entirely.

This week, Lindell held his first-ever rally in order to celebrate the launch of the social media platform, as well as promoting free speech in general.

The rally, which the left attempted to mock, was attended by more than 2,500 people and was watched live on by 250,000 viewers, pulling in more rally numbers than President Joe Biden ever could.

The event was broadcasted live on the right-leaning news sites known as Right Side Broadcasting and OANN.

The event was attended in person by more than 2,500, all of whom were protected by Mitchell, South Dakota police officers after Lindell himself had received constant threats from the left for investigating voter fraud.

The rally was full of people attending from all sorts of different states, including Texas, North Carolina, Iowa, Nebraska, and North Dakota, all to see Lindell push free speech ideals live at his first-ever rally.

Whilst speaking, Lindell shared his story to the energetic crowd, discussing the troubles he had with overcoming substance abuse, before going on to become one of the most successful and popular CEOs in the country.

He offered out signed copies of his autobiography, ‘What Are The Odds,’ to the crowd, before allowing them to line up and snap a memorable picture with him.

Heck, even Dr. Ben Carson was in attendance…virtually, addressing the crowd via Skype.

Lindell’s event, no matter what leftist celebrities may say, was a huge success, and given the current easing of Covid restrictions across the country, it may not be too long before we see another.