MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell has been at the center of headlines due to his outrageous conspiracy theories, and on the latest episode of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!,” the host called out the businessman over his “self-destructive” behavior.

During the Wednesday night episode, Kimmel discussed some of Lindell’s theories in depth. However, Kimmel revealed he doesn’t believe there is any truth in the comments the MyPillow founder makes.

“I think it’s important that we talk to each other. I don’t think there’s any validity to any of this stuff that you’re saying. And I’ve studied you, I really have,” Kimmel said.

“A lot of these ideas you espouse, I think you could potentially draw a line from those to the riot we had at the Capitol where people were killed, and a lot of bad things.”

Kimmel went on to tell Lindell that he was concerned about his behavior and referenced his crack addiction. “I worry about you, I feel like you are maybe self-destructive,” the late-night host explained.

“You have lost everything, repeatedly, so many times in your life... I feel like you’re going to be out dressed as Spider-Man on Hollywood Boulevard at the end of this whole thing.”

Lindell went on to share the reasoning behind his beliefs, but Kimmel was not convinced by his explanation.

“Do you ever think it’s weird, I mean just objectively looking at yourself and going, ‘Why is it that the only person in the country who has this evidence is a guy who sells pillows on cable?’” Kimmel asked.

“Forrest Gump thing,” Lindell shrugged and replied.

The men went on to discuss a variety of topics, including Lindell’s billion-dollar legal battle with Dominion Voting Systems after he claimed the 2020 presidential election was rigged.

The interview also featured comedian James Adomian, who dressed up like Lindell while spouting some of his conspiracy theories.

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