MyPillow CEO and election integrity advocate Mike Lindell announced that he is filing a second preliminary injunction to remove voting machines from American cities in Alabama.
On Wednesday, during an interview on Lindell TV, he stated, “For tomorrow, we’re spending all day in Alabama…it’ll be in three different cities. We’re bringing the preliminary injunction to Alabama to get rid of the machines.”
Previously, Lindell had revealed in April that a historic preliminary injunction was filed in Arizona to eliminate digital voting machines ahead of the primary elections. Republican gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake and Rep. Mark Finchem, R-Ariz., and candidate for Arizona Secretary of State are both listed as plaintiffs in that injunction.
In a post shared on his official GETTR account on Wednesday, Lindell stated, “Alabama: Terminate The Machines!”
Lindell shared this week that many people have been working to clean up the election system in Alabama. “All the people on the ground there, Brannon, have done over four months of canvassing,” Lindell said.
In April, Lindell told RSBN’s Brian Glenn that there would be preliminary injunctions filed across the United States as a part of an effort to remove digital voting machines from counties. According to him, South Dakota, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Colorado, Michigan, and Ohio are next on the list, although not necessarily in that order.
In light of his work to remove voting machines on a county-by-county basis, Lindell believes that the digital tabulation machines will eventually be eradicated from the U.S. elections process.
He said, “What I see happening is the machines are gonna be gone. We’ve already got forty-some counties gone…and then I believe we’re gonna have the biggest turnout in history for a midterm, ever.”