Mike Lindell releases election fraud Supreme Court complaint

by Joshua Perry

Trump ally and CEO of MyPillow, Mike Lindell, released on Tuesday, his bill of complaint challenging the 2020 presidential election.

In an 82-page document, Lindell expounds that “We are in unchartered territory as a Nation.” Lindell has been a ferocious supporter of President Trump and has contested the legitimacy of Joe Biden’s electoral victory since last year.

Straight to the point, “The 2020 election was stolen,” writes Lindell in the opening paragraph of the lawsuit.

Lindell continued that extreme lawlessness took place in Georgia, Michigan, Wisconsin, Arizona, and Pennsylvania. There is enough evidence to prove that the amount of illegal activity that took place in the specified states was enough to create an “outcome-changing” result in the total vote counts claims Lindell. P

rovided in one of many detailed examples, he states that after Pennsylvania completed its vote count, “49,171” votes outnumbered the amount of registered voters within the state.

In a September episode of Steve Bannon’s “War Room,” Lindell made the public aware of his plan to file an election lawsuit with the Supreme Court by Thanksgiving.

The MyPillow CEO stated, “Everybody is going to know about this in spite of the media.” In efforts to strengthen his case, Lindell recruited six state attorneys generals to sign onto the suit with a hopeful estimation that 24 more would participate. However, in an unfortunate change of events, according to Lindell, he was not able to bring the lawsuit before the Supreme Court before Thanksgiving because of the Republican National Committee.

In a Monday night livestream, Lindell accused RNC Chair, Ronna McDaniel, along with the RNC of trying to shut down the court case.

The election integrity advocate also made allegations that the RNC was contacting state attorneys to pressure them away from signing their names on the document – an act that Lindell was clearly upset about.

Additionally, the pillow tycoon blasted McDaniel for publicly stating that Joe Biden had won the 2020 November election. Lindell questioned the coincidental timing of McDaniel’s statement with the timeframe to file the lawsuit. While aboard his private airliner, Lindell told his listeners that he does have a contingency plan if the attorneys general do not sign the complaint.

For over a year now, the bedding entrepreneur has been devoted to securing election integrity. Relentless as ever, Lindell is determined to bring justice to the 2020 presidential outcome.

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