Mike Lindell says he'll send a free copy of his memoir to anyone who contributes to his 'legal offense fund'

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell will give a free copy of his memoir to anyone who contributes to the legal offense fund.

"We're always on the offense, so it's called the Lindell Legal Offense fund," he said.
The CEO of MyPillow made an offer. 45 hours into his four-day livestream on Friday. The offer is valid until Sunday at midnight.

If you donate $10 or more, I'll send you a free book, even if it's just a small amount. From Crack Addict to CEO.
The chapter where he writes about digging through a carpet for crack cocaine is in the memoir.
Individuals can donate up to $50,000 according to the website of The Lindell Legal Offense Fund. The website says that the money will be used to save the country.
I am blessed with a platform to speak out for freedom. This exposure has made me a hub of information. In a notice posted on his legal fund's website, Lindell said that individuals and groups from all over the country had reached out to him to tell him of their efforts to save the country.
He said he has "vetting these efforts, lawsuits, and projects."

"I can assure you that the majority of the money you give to the Legal Offense Fund will go to the most urgent causes at the moment," wrote the man.

The fund was launched in March as a means to raise money to fight election fraud, according to The Daily Beast.

It's not clear what the funds have been used for. Insider reached out to Lindell.
Despite no evidence of widespread voter fraud, a supporter of former President Donald Trump has railed against the results of the 2020 election.

The MyPillow CEO blamed the Republican National Committee for preventing him from submitting a complete complaint to the Supreme Court. The RNC called the state attorneys general and pressured them to not sign the complaint.