Enthusiasts of MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell
waited in line for up to seven hours to go to his most recent assembly at the World's Only Corn Palace in Mitchell, South Dakota this week. But as late-night host Jimmy Kimmel
called attention to, they stood by generally to no end: the field was in any event half unfilled as Lindell "offered the semi-swarm an hour and a half of suspicious tirades about political race extortion."
As it ended up, Lindell wasn't even the most unusual piece of the occasion.
Look at it in Kimmel's Tuesday night talk:
Kimmel had made Lindell the object of his jokes
for some time now. A month ago, he mocked Lindell's most current online business
effort as well as the cushion supervisor's wild "yellathon" on the side of his new site.
That exertion finished in probably the most abnormal second in late-night TV as of late when Kimmel talked with Lindell face to face, just to have the visit hindered by a blustering Lindell impersonator.