Chicago’s Southside Awakening for Trump: Mike Lindell’s Rallying Cry for Unexpected Conservatives, New GOP Presence

As the surprising political landscape continues to evolve in the city of Chicago, one figure remains steadfast in his commitment to conservative values: Mike Lindell, CEO of My Pillow and a vocal advocate for right-wing causes.


Lindel will speak in a city that is forming a new freedom movement of former Democrats and secret Conservatives. A freedom movement of people frustrated with Democrat policies, that is likely to clash with the Summer’s nation Democrat Convention.

We covered that here:

Lindell’s upcoming tour stop in the Chicago area on March 5th promises to be a rallying point for like-minded individuals eager to hear his message and to introduce a surprising addition to the state’s GOP presence.

In the works is a new GOP office on the southside of Chicago that organizers say will serve the growing community of Black and Union supporters for President Trump, which is a usual strong block for Democrats.

The area of Chicago known to be most dedicated Democrat loyalists, has been transformed and leaning toward Conservative values now, especially since the influx if illegal migrants has taken up so many of the state’s resources, as covered by Ben Bergquam.

Set against the backdrop of Merrionette Park, Lindell’s reception at 3359 W 115th St is poised to draw crowds eager to hear his insights. Scheduled to commence at 6:30 p.m., the event will crescendo as Lindell takes the stage at 8 p.m., ready to share his perspectives on contemporary issues.

With limited spaces available, attendees are encouraged to RSVP promptly to secure their spots. Admission is priced at $35, with an option to partake in the dinner buffet for an additional $10. For those seeking a more exclusive experience, VIP tickets offer access to appetizers and a coveted photo opportunity with Lindell.

Beyond the confines of Merrionette Park, Lindell’s tour extends across the region, with engagements planned in Bolingbrook on March 5th, Springfield on March 6th, and Barrington on March 7th. Each stop promises to galvanize supporters and amplify the conservative voice in an ever-changing political landscape.

While Lindell’s renown stems from his entrepreneurial endeavors as the founder of My Pillow, his political activism has also earned him recognition. A staunch supporter of former President Donald Trump, Lindell’s involvement in the 2020 campaign and subsequent efforts to contest the election results underscore his unwavering dedication to conservative principles.

Just one year ago, the tensions in the area were already high.

The Southside Irish Parade, in 2023 was a taste of transformation of the area that has grown more intense over the last year, according to media reports:

As Lindell prepares to address audiences in the Chicago area, his presence serves as a rallying cry for those who share his convictions, promising an evening of spirited discourse and vigorous advocacy.

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