Did you know Mike Lindell was connected to Kyle Rittenhouse.
It’s true, and it’s an awesome story.
You probably don’t know because Lindell did it secretly and didn’t seek publicity or credit for it.
He just did it.
He stepped up and helped out when help was needed the most.
So what did he do?
In order to get Kyle released on bail during the trial, Lindell together with Ricky Schroder (another great guy) put up the required $2 million cash bail.
Why do you think he did it?
I can only speculate but I think Mike knows what it’s like to have the whole world against you and need someone to step up and have your back…
Take a look:
Say what you will about Mike Lindell, but he puts his money where his mouth is.https://t.co/61QAaEtl38
— Joe Zaza (@thejoezaza) November 20, 2021
🇺🇸Thanks @JackPosobiec for sharing the real news & all the truth about this wonderful young man Kyle Rittenhouse🗽
— Johnny J. Nalbandian 🇺🇸 USA JOHNNY (@Johnny_Congress) November 20, 2021
Rittenhouse was released Friday afternoon after the $2 million was posted through his attorney, Kenosha County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Sgt. David Wright told CNN.
CNN has reached out to attorneys for Rittenhouse for comment.
Attorney Lin Wood said in a tweet on Friday that Mike Lindell, CEO of MyPillow, Inc., and actor Ricky Schroder helped raise the “required $2M cash bail” for Rittenhouse.
“God bless ALL who donated to help #FightBack raise required $2M cash bail. Special thanks to Actor Ricky Schroder @rickyshroder1 & Mike Lindell @realMikeLindell for putting us over the top. Kyle is SAFE. Thanks to ALL who helped this boy,” read the tweet.
Rittenhouse faces charges that he allegedly killed Anthony M. Huber and Joseph Rosenbaum and wounded Gaige Grosskreutz during protests that followed the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha in August.
Kenosha County Commissioner Loren Keating said in setting the bond earlier this month that the court considered Rittenhouse a “flight risk,” because he could face a “mandatory life sentence or at least significant amounts of time, likely decades of time period of incarceration” if convicted.
Last year when no one would stand up for Kyle, one Christian from the Midwest stepped up to pay his bail so that Kyle could finally go home to be with his mother
His name is Michael J. Lindell pic.twitter.com/h2SArJIJVZ
— Jack Poso 🇺🇸 (@JackPosobiec) November 20, 2021