Dominion Voting Systems accused Lindell, a prominent Trump ally, of exposing its staff to "extreme hatred" via false statements about the 2020 election.
“Some of the revelations were so surprising, you just can’t help say ‘wow,'" the "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" host cracked.
The far-right company got the bill after Maddow noted that an OAN journalist also worked for Russian state media.
Far-right network OAN aired the video on repeat.
The MyPillow competitor won't attempt "a white supremacist overthrow of the United States government," promised the Parkland school shooting survivor.
Bob Sellers called the MyPillow CEO a "friend of this network" after he cut off Lindell's unsubstantiated election fraud claims.
An anchor on Newsmax, a right-wing cable channel, walked off the set after MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell would not stop spouting lies about the 2020 election.
The late night host offered up a conspiracy theory of his own about Mike Lindell and his pillows.
Anchor Bob Sellers stopped interviewing Mike Lindell because the political pillow-maker wouldn’t stop spewing false election claims.
Lindell used the MyPillow account to baselessly accuse Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey of being involved in election fraud.