Mike Lindell moves forward with Election Crime Bureau, highlights more than 60 ongoing lawsuits

by Summer Lane

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Election integrity advocate and MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is moving forward with his newly launched Election Crime Bureau, setting his sights on cleaning up the American election processes in the face of a rapidly approaching 2024 presidential election season.

“Think of the Election Crime Bureau as an umbrella that brings everything together, all the efforts that are going on across our country to fix our election platforms,” he explained in a video on the bureau’s website.

He laid out the internal structure of the bureau, which has been split into three major branches: the Cyber Unit, the Legal Unit, and the Legislative Unit.

Lindell said that there were currently “over 60 lawsuits going on throughout our country.”

He also revealed that the Legislative Unit was comprised of lawyers who were going “state by state and finding out where we’re at with each state’s footprint and how far apart we are from getting to the best elections possible or our current corrupt elections.”

The MyPillow entrepreneur also detailed the purpose of a partnered ally, “Cause of America,” which he described as “a communication hub that connects all the states to give them the most up-to-date information on election crime and election integrity efforts.”

Per their website, Cause of America “is an independent, non-partisan, non-profit organization focused on election integrity.  CoA facilitates grassroots citizen action to conduct, control, manage, monitor, and verify their elections on local, state, and national levels.”

Another component of the Election Crime Bureau is the “Needs Management Unit.” Lindell said that “needs will be vetted all across our country and grants will be given to them to help fix our election platforms everywhere.”

In late February, Lindell initially announced the launch of the Elections Crime Bureau. He told attendees at this year’s CPAC event in Washington, D.C., that he was seeking the endorsement of the RNC.

“I’m asking that the RNC endorse this,” he stated. “I don’t need any help from them, I just want them to endorse it, and you know why? I want to be able to go into these states and not have to be blocked by Republicans and stopped. I want to be able to fix what they should have fixed. They should have took their money and fixed these platforms – got rid of early voting, got rid of dirty voter rolls, got rid of the machines!”

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