Mike Lindell filing a class-action LAWSUIT to get rid of ‘defective’ voting machines

by Summer Lane

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is fighting hard against the corruption of voter fraud in America by filing a class-action lawsuit to get rid of “defective” voting machines.

“It’s the most important class-action lawsuit in American history – in world history,” Lindell announced in a Saturday interview with RSBN’s Brian Glenn in Morristown, Arizona. “This will get rid of the machines,” he added. “They’re considered defective devices…a defective product.”

Lindell is no stranger to waging war against political corruption. The self-made billionaire, who rose to fame in the early 2000s for selling his signature MyPillow products on infomercials, stepped into the political arena with his endorsement of President Donald J. Trump in the 2016 presidential election.

When Trump ran for re-election in 2020, Lindell targeted the dubious election processes in crucial states and counties around the nation. Since then, he has worked diligently to fight for election integrity, and corporate box stores have attempted to “cancel” him by refusing to sell his products in their stores.

In November 2021, Lindell filed a complaint with the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) that challenged the results of the 2020 presidential election, asserting boldly in the file that it was “stolen,” as previously reported by RSBN.

Lindell additionally hosted a massive, three-day Cyber Symposium in August 2021, which shed light on the shocking voter fraud across the nation during the 2020 presidential election.

Lindell’s new class-action lawsuit is another step forward in his battle to restore safe and secure elections in America. “We’ve been working on this lawsuit for five months,” Lindell told RSBN. “And it’s ready to launch.”

Further, Lindell said that he has reached out to all of the county commissioners and county clerks in the country to “get on board with this class action lawsuit.” According to him, there is now a list of over 300 commissioners and clerks who are on board.

Last week, Mike Lindell optimistically reminded Americans at CPAC that, “We’re gonna look back and say, ‘if 2020 hadn’t happened, we wouldn’t get to the glorious place we’re going.'” For Mr. Lindell, the struggle for American freedom is seemingly unending, but he continues to prove that he will never stop fighting for election integrity.

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